Field Organizing Internship with Obama for America – Arlington, VA
Interested in getting hands-on campaign experience and helping to reelect the President of
the United States?
Obama for America is looking for field organizing interns to work out of our Arlington, VA
office. Interns will gain valuable campaign knowledge and skills, build their resumes, and
work with great people all working to help President Obama win in November.
Arlington County is one of the most important Democratic strongholds in one of the most
important states electorally for the campaign, so interns will be able to see firsthand the
fruits of their labor when the election results come in on November 6.
Contacting and persuading voters
Recruiting and training volunteers
Data entry and other administrative tasks
There will also be chances to take on more responsibilities as the campaign progresses
throughout the year. This is a great opportunity for college students and recent college
graduates. For more information or to schedule an interview, please email Chris Sedor at
Time to quit procrastinating, the deadline to enter the Strasser Writing competition is this week! If you haven’t submitted your entry yet, do it now! Keep reading for more info. Continue reading
If you haven’t signed up yet for Freshmen small group meetings — you should do it now! Continue reading
The Honors Program is slowly taking over the University. Three UHP members won positions in the SA and on Class Council last night. Junior Abby Bergren won the prestigious position of Executive Vice President, in which she will work directly under the President. Abby was the only female candidate among the 8 contenders for the SA’s top two spots. Freshman Alicia Rose is one of three new Elliot School Undergraduate senators, and Junior Kayley Sullivan earned a spot on the Junior Class Council. Congratulations!
EVP Elect Abby Bergren. Photo via GW Hatchet.ESIA
ESIA Undergraduate Senator Elect Alica Rose. Photo via Facebook.
Junior Class Club Member Elect Kayley Sullivan. Photo via GW Athletics.
Prof. Shepherd leads the expedition! Join him for a casual hike in beautiful Shenandoah — specifically, “Big Schloss.” We promise it looks much prettier than it sounds.
This is a different location than where we go for the fall hike; we want you to really see the world.
Your $5 ticket buys you: Transportation! Light breakfast! Lunch! Views of nature! Exploration! Adventure! Camaraderie! Probably some cookies! The possibility of spotting bigfoot! The less likely possibility of befriending bigfoot! The highly likely possibility of walking on top of a mountain! Access to a real, live anthropologist! More!
When: Saturday, March 24th. The bus will leave the UHP office (714 21st Street) at 9 am, and be back to GW by 5.30 pm.
To signup: Drop off $5 cash at the UHP office. Tell us your name, too.
Deadline to sign up: Tuesday, March 20th at 5pm.