The Campus Coordinator recruits, trains and assists students to become successful activists for Israel through the creation of new or development of existing pro-Israel programs, public events, conferences, materials and websites. The Campus Coordinator helps represent StandWithUs to the greater community, through outreach programs and fundraising activities that build StandWithUs’ local profile.
- Outreach to college students and professional staff on campus (Hillel/Chabad), as well as other professionals
- Maintain an active presence on campus
- Mentor students on advocacy and program skills
- Work with students to create new programs and strengthen existing ones
- Recruit students for SWU Emerson Fellowship, SWU Conferences, and internships
- Help plan SWU conferences, including small regional summits
- Plan speaker tours and major events
- Document student activities
- Take good photos
- Get stories and testimonials
- Quantify campus data
- Maintain open communication with rest of campus staff and participate in conference calls
- Hold regular conference calls with fellows, and be in regular communication with students
- Learn SWU presentations and offer yourself as a speaker to Universities and High Schools
- Coordinate with Local SWU community chapter
- Help with events
- Keep Community Director informed of your activities
- Establish Relationships with local community leaders, if asked to do so
- Be a community builder so you can bring people together for events
- Meet with local donors to support your programming
- Network with local synagogues and churches and offer yourself as a speaker
- Administrative duties for local chapter including phones, data entry, etc.
- Establish relationships with local journalists
- Try to get your programs covered
- Be available for interviews
- Degree from 4-year College or University.
- Demonstrated project management, supervisory and time management skills.
- Computer literacy, including proficiency with MS Office and internet applications.
- Knowledge of Israel’s history, culture and current affairs.
- Experience in campus activism and leadership.
- Willingness to work a flexible schedule
- Clear written and verbal communication skills.
- Detail oriented, self-motivated, organized, reliable, team player, proactive, strong work ethic, leadership skills; ability to multitask.
- Position Based in Los Angeles, California
- Access to a car is mandatory.
TO APPLY: Send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.