2021 Standing Committees Application
The Minnesota Young DFL (MYDFL) is currently seeking applications for our Advocacy Committee, Political Support Committee, and Membership Committee. You can find a description of the committee, the number of spots available, and any prerequisites below.

All work completed by standing committees shall be reported to the Statewide Coordinating Committee. Standing committees shall meet at least three times per year. All appointees must be approved by the Statewide Coordinating Committee by a simple majority vote.

Each commitee is comprised of twenty (20) members. There are two (2) appointed members from each congressional district along with four (4) at-large members. No more than one-half (½) of the appointed membership of the Membership Committee shall be of the same Gender Identity.

Please direct any questions regarding Standing Committees to President Helen Clanaugh via email at hclanaugh@gmail.com

If we have an available spot to offer you, we will reach out via text or email. As of August 15th, 2020 we will not be sending any rejection emails, because spots open up frequently. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Advocacy Committee
The Advocacy Committee shall track and evaluate legislation and major issues of the day on the Statewide Coordinating Committee's behalf, recommend policy and issue positions to the Statewide Coordinating Committee, and coordinate with the Statewide Coordinating Committee, local chapters, college chapters, and the wider MYDFL membership to advance progressive causes through grassroots action.
Political Support Committee
The Political Support Committee shall help coordinate and execute direct support for MYDFL endorsed candidates and conducts research and recommends candidates screenings for MYDFL endorsement.
Membership Committee
The Membership Committee shall help plan and coordinate the recruitment and retention of members along with working to create and grow chartered chapters of MYDFL. Additionally, the Membership Committee shall also work with the Outreach Officer in creating an outreach and inclusion plan for the MYDFL, creating programs designed to attract persons from traditionally underrepresented communities, fostering inclusion and greater intercultural awareness, and other activities which may be deemed necessary and appropriate.
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