A typical Union Summer week could look like this:
Tuesday: Attend a rally at the airport to support striking flight attendants, followed by 4 hours registering people to vote at a farmers market.Wednesday: 8 hours of phone calls to union members reminding them to turn in their ballot for their union.Thursday: Filing for the office manager, running to the post office, and attending a lobbying meeting with your supervisor and the Mayor.Friday: Education day. 8 hours in the classroom learning about the history of the labor and social justice movements in the Pacific Northwest.Saturday: 4 hours doing house visits in 80-degree weather talking to union members about local politics and elections.
Union Summer is fast-past and Union Summer Interns are expected to be flexible, as the nature of campaigns can change daily. Union Summer is not a regular internship. Union Sumer Interns are contributing to a movement of working people of all colors and backgrounds doing the work to build stronger unions. Apply today if you are ready to join us.
Deadline to apply- 5pm PST, May 24, 2019.
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