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DCCC Field Organizer Training
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5/22/2010 to 6/5/2010
When: 5/22/2010
Where: Across the Country
United States
Contact: Johanna Berkson

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Want to help keep the House blue? Interested in working on a campaign? Sign up for a DCCC Field Organizer Training!

2010 is here, and the time to protect our majority has arrived. We need to make sure that we keep the House blue so we can continue to pass legislation that matters to middle class Americans. Building strong field programs in districts across the country is crucial in 2010. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is searching for top level Field Organizers to help in our efforts to win our most competitive congressional campaigns.

Trainings will be located in the following locations:


North Carolina Democratic Party

220 Hillsborough Street Raleigh, NC 27603

May 22nd, 8:30 am – 8 pm


Democratic National Headquarters

430 South Capitol Street

Washington, DC 20002

June 4th, 8:30AM-8PM


Seattle Labor Temple Association‎

2800 1st Avenue

Seattle, WA 98121-1114

June 5th, 8:30AM-8PM


IBEW Local 683

23 West 2nd Ave

Columbus, OH

May 22nd, 8:30AM-8PM

We will be hosting Field Organizer Trainings in all regions of the country throughout the months of May and June
. This training is for applicants who are interested in gaining the skills to organize communities for Democrats in Congressional Districts around the county. If you are interested in participating, you must complete the application at: by Friday, May 7th. Sign up now and help us win in 2010.

The training will cover:

• Organizing Best Practices

• Working with other departments on a campaign

• Volunteer Management

• Training on the VAN and other Field software

Field Organizers on a congressional campaign are the most important element of a successful field program. They are the prime point of contact between a campaign and prospective voters. Organizers are responsible for recruiting and managing volunteers, voter contact, and overall execution of the field program in a defined area. In addition, field organizers are responsible for recording results, cutting turf, and training volunteers on the field program. They are responsible for coaching and motivating volunteers, who are the engine of the field program. Field Organizers must have strong leadership skills plus the ability and desire to work with people. Most importantly, they have to have the desire to win and do whatever it takes!

Please remember to complete your application at: by May 7th, 2010 for consideration. We will let applications know if we have a space by Wednesday May 12th. Applicants will be considered on a first come, first serve basis.


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