Help Wanted: Communications Director
The League of Women Voters of Champaign County (LWVCC) is seeking a Communications Director whose responsibilities include: create and electronically post a monthly (Sept thru May) newsletter, maintain and update the League’s website and Facebook on a weekly basis, maintain and update the League’s listservs. Director will also monitor the state and national League websites, the state of Illinois government websites and other websites of interest for re-posting relevant content. Applicants should be familiar with MailChimp, Weebly, and Google Groups platforms. Applicants should also attend monthly meetings of the LWVCC Board.
This position is for 15 hours per month at $15.00 per hour for 10 months. Those interested should contact Barbara Wysocki at firstname.lastname@example.org or (217) 367-5014 for more information and a possible interview. Although desirable, applicants need not be a member of LWVCC.
LWVCC is a nonpartisan political organization dedicated to Making Democracy Work through voter education, issue advocacy, and citizen participation. Founded in 1922, its mission is to influence public policy through citizen education, engagement, and advocacy. It does not support or oppose candidates or political parties.
P R E S I D E N T ' S L U N C H E O N
When: Tuesday, June 16
Where: Pizza M, Urbana
Meet Our Intern, Kari Gibson
Kari Gibson will be our intern for the Spring 2015 semester. She grew up right outside of Champaign in the small town of Monticello, IL. While in high school she participated in the U.S. Congressional Page Program where she lived, studied and worked in the Capitol Complex in Washington, DC for a semester. It was there that she realized her deep interest and passion for public service. Today she is a junior at the University of Illinois majoring in Political Science and minoring in Gender and Women Studies. She plans to study human rights law after she graduates and hopes to eventually work in public service. She is thrilled about the opportunities that the League of Women Voters internship offers. She believes that voting is one of the most important forms of public service and that to vote, one should be educated and should understand what exactly they are voting for. She admires the work that the League of Women Voters does and she is excited to work with the Student Unit this coming semester.
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