Educate and organize with students and other communities regionally and nationally to plan mobilizations and tours (often involves travel);
Plan logistical elements and coordination of events and actions;
Develop and carry out press strategy;
Produce internal media (written, photo, video, social media).
EDUCATION AND OUTREACH
Co-present and facilitate workshops with CIW members during Immokalee visits and at conferences and gatherings;
Raise consciousness and engage base though targeted outreach, online actions, institutional endorsements and sign-on letters;
Oral interpretation and written translation between Spanish and English for campaign literature;
Develop and disseminate materials and newsletters;
Maintain listservs, website, and social media presence, and supporter database.
Co-coordinate a youth leadership development program, including campaign strategy gatherings, skills trainings, and regular communication with SFA's Steering Committee;
Build and maintain relationships with SFA members and allies around the country, including local SFA chapters, national and local student organizations, individual students and youth, and professors/teachers/university staff;
Help design and carry out student-led organizing campaigns to further the goals of the Campaign for Fair Food.
Joint fundraising and grant-writing;
Administrative work and book/record keeping;
Organizational development of Student/Farmworker Alliance and the Alliance for Fair Food.
SUPPORT FOR CIW AND FARMWORKER COMMUNITY
Assistance with with interpretation, rides, wage-theft cases, low-power FM radio station, technology and more.
Deep commitment to social and economic justice
Prior organizing experience, including student organizing
Bilingual in Spanish-English
Skill working with a broad range of peoples
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Computer proficiency (web and design skills a plus)
Willingness to work long hours when necessary
Ability to take initiative and responsibility for projects
Ability to work well in teams
Experience living or working in low-income, immigrant, or multi-cultural communities
Commitment to anti-oppression, collective liberation and building diverse movement leadership
Minimum two year commitment
HOW TO APPLY
To request an application, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Claudia at 239-503-0605. In addition to the application, we will request a cover letter in English and Spanish, resume, and two letters of recommendation.
Given our commitment to developing a diverse leadership, we strongly encourage people of color, women, working-class, LGBTQ, gender non-conforming, and differently-abled people to apply.