Idaho Young Democrats: Field Director Interest Form
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What is IDYD (Idaho Young Democrats)?
The Idaho Young Democrats and The Young Democrats of America mobilizes young people under the age of 36 to participate in the electoral process to elect Democrats, influence the ideals of the Democratic Party, advocate for progressive issues, and train the next generation of progressive leaders.

What We Do:

Form the foundation and continual expansion of the Idaho Young Democrats of America.

Introduce, develop, and instill in young people an active interest in governmental affairs and the electoral process.

Foster and promote the philosophies, principles and goals of the Democratic Party.

Develop leadership skills in our members.

Involve ourselves in programs to improve voter education and participation and contribute to the well-being of the community at large.

Provide all citizens the highest degree of justice and social welfare.

Field Director Duties/Description
1. Provide strategic direction for short- and long-term campaigns on local and state issues.
2. Develop and supervise a team of 4-6 base-building and campaign organizers across multiple chapters (including field supervision: shadowing organizers and observing/ supporting meetings).
3. Integrate community organizing with long-term, sustainable community-driven policy change efforts.
4. Identify the growth and development of a strong base of member-leaders (making sure there is consistency with base-building efforts and both formal and informal trainings).
5. Network with Local, State, and National groups that are organizing around issues important to our community, and foster collaboration with these groups.
6. Prepare written reports and related materials as needed for meetings.
7. Maintain all data and organization records via databases approved by the Executive Committee.
8. Prepare and provide a specific yearly field plan for recommendation and adoption of the executive leadership.
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