NextGen Policy is seeking a creative, results-oriented Communications Fellow to help plan, coordinate, and execute media strategies that support our organizational goals at the local, federal, and statewide levels. The Communications Fellow will be an integral part of the NGP Communications team, reporting to the Communications Director. Our organization is currently working remotely, with plans to eventually return to the office in downtown Sacramento.
Under the direction of the Communications Director and, in coordination with the Communications and Policy Teams:
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
BONUS POINTS FOR:
NextGen Policy offers this Fellowship benefits and compensation which is commensurate with the number of hours committed to the Fellowship program. Fellows are required to commit to 30-40 hours per week.
Provide a resume, cover letter and writing sample by Friday, November 19, 2021. Send all documents as one PDF attachment to: email@example.com. Please name your saved PDF with the title: LastName.FirstName.pdf (Example: Smith.John.pdf) and write “Communications Fellow Application” in the email subject line.
ABOUT NEXTGEN POLICY:
NGP fights for progressive policy change to address environmental, social, racial, gender, and economic inequities in California through justice-centered legislative advocacy, grassroots partnerships, and democratic civic engagement.
Originally founded in 2016 to focus on climate and environmental policy, in recent years, NextGen Policy has broadened its policy and program into a multiplicity of scope to economic, and social justice issues. Specifically, our portfolio now encompasses: criminal justice and immigration; healthcare and food insecurity; mental health and voting rights; student loan debt and the Census; veterans issues and consumer protections; disability rights; and affordable housing and environmental justice.
NextGen Policy is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.