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Job Description  

Michelle L. Smith for Senate is seeking bright, energetic individuals to work for our field and campaign operations virtually. Internships are unpaid and responsibilities include:  

  • Recruiting and training volunteers to participate in the political process

  • Attending virtual party specific events to include debates, neighborhood meetings and fundraisers

  • Each intern should expect to help build our volunteer base. Interns will gain first-hand experience and exposure to political campaigning at the local level and will leave the campaign having made lasting connections and learning lifelong skills

  • Optional - placing campaign flyers on car windshields only in the parking lots of shopping centers/plazas, outlet malls and regular shopping malls, within your counties, at your own pace.  You set your own hours for accomplishing this task. There will be no door-to-door or grassroots style contact with the public.  You must always wear a mask and disposable gloves and, keep a pocket/travel size bottle of hand sanitizer with you at all times. The supplies will be provided by the campaign and mailed to you. 

Requirements  
  • Commitment to work a minimum of 10 hours a week, maximum of 15 hours per week

  • Ideal candidates should be highly organized, reliable, prompt, detail-oriented and self-motivated

  • An interest in politics and political campaigns is highly desired

  • Active social media presence - representing our campaign online professionally and courteously on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram

  • Willingness to communicate directly with voters via phone calls while always keeping in mind you are a representative of the campaign

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

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Contact  

Any interested candidate should send a resume with full mailing address to include the Maryland county where you reside, letter of interest and two references to DeonaReidPublicist@gmail.com. The email subject should be titled “Campaign Internship.”

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