The Bob Massie for US Senate Campaign is looking for a few interns for the fall semester. In case you haven’t heard of him, you can check out his website at www.BobMassie.org. Among his accomplishments, Bob is a founder of the Global Reporting Initiative, the leading international standard for reporting corporate performance on energy, labor, the environment, and human rights. These are unpaid internships, 8-15 hours a week (flexible – evenings/weekends available), and course credit is available.
“The United States, as it has many times, stands at a crossroads. Yet from the moment of the country’s birth we have emerged from every challenge as a stronger, better nation. I want to help us do that again in the 21st century.”
Bob Massie, Candidate for U.S. Senate, Massachusetts
For his whole life Bob Massie has been dedicated to building a better life for all. To build this future, Americans need a solid foundation built upon a good home, a good school, a good doctor, and a good job. All four of these are under attack by Scott Brown and the Republicans. In Washington, Bob Massie will stop these assaults on the American middle class and the American Dream.
Bob is not your ordinary US Senate Candidate. He has spent decades fighting for our shared values. As a young minister in New York, he founded a homeless shelter to serve those most in need. To understand the corporate world from the inside, he earned a doctorate at Harvard Business School. As the director of Ceres, the largest coalition of investor and environmental groups in the U.S., he co-founded the Global Reporting Initiative, the leading international standard for reporting corporate performance on energy, labor, the environment, and human rights. And in 1994, Bob was proud to serve as the Democratic nominee for Lieutenant Governor in Massachusetts.
Bob needs your help to beat Scott Brown in 2012. Join Bob’s Campaign to Build a Better Life for All. Bob is looking for energetic, responsible, progressive, and hard-working interns to build the excitement and grassroots network for his campaign.
- Field — Recruit, train, and mobilize a grassroots base of supporters in communities across the state.
- Communications– Work with traditional and social media to broadcast the campaign message across the Commonwealth
- Fundraising – Work directly with candidate to raise money and build a strong fundraising base.
- Policy — Research issues and help develop policy platforms
56 Roland St, Suite 214, Boston MA 02129
Internships are offered for all semesters. Course credit is available.
Email cover letter, résumé, and one reference to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name in the subject line.
People of color, women, and GLBTQ people are strongly encouraged to apply