Opportunities

Common Cause is dedicated to the proposition that a healthy democracy depends on active, engaged citizens. Check here for opportunities to join our full-time staff, gain valuable experience as a Common Cause intern or enrich our work as a fellow or volunteer. There’s always plenty to be done.

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Executive Assistant

July 24, 2017

Work directly under the supervision of the President; provide administrative support, scheduling and executive level administrative support to the President; act as liaison to the National Governing Board; plan and coordinate Board meetings and administrative work of other events and conferences. Help with other administrative support in office as needed.

Program Operations Manager, Common Cause Oregon

July 6, 2017

Assists the Executive Director to lead the organization. Supports program implementation. Manages operations.

Digital Associate

July 5, 2017

Play a critical support role on the fast-growing digital team working to protect our democracy, expand voting rights and protect Net Neutrality. Ensure we are communicating effectively on the state and national level to our nearly one million digital followers through timely production of emails, advocacy actions and website updates. Help increase the digital capacity of a national advocacy organization by project managing two major digital technology transitions (online advocacy/fundraising platform and website) and training staff on their use.

Executive Director, Common Cause Pennsylvania

June 19, 2017

Executive Director, Common Cause Pennsylvania

Youth Organizer, Common Cause Illinois (Contract)

June 19, 2017

Youth Organizer, Common Cause Illinois

Midwest Organizer – Position located in St. Paul, MN

June 6, 2017

Common Cause is seeking an accomplished, strategic, and collaborative organizer to assist in our efforts to build a stronger, more diverse base throughout the Midwest that will build on our victories and ensure that we are furthering the cause of justice by holding power accountable.

Director of Foundation Relations

June 1, 2017

The Director of Foundation Relations plays a key role in Common Cause’s foundation fundraising program, working closely with the Associate Vice President for Foundation Relations to raise funds for both the National and State offices (totaling approximately $5 million). The Director will be responsible for managing a portfolio of current and prospective funders to increase overall support for the work of Common Cause.

Summer Interns, California Common Cause (Located in Los Angeles or Sacramento offices)

May 22, 2017

Interns will support policy issues on the local, state and national level. Current issues include campaign finance reform, election reform, youth voter outreach, and redistricting. Specific functions will depend on whether candidate is interested in communications, grassroots organizing, and/or policy research. Internships will be located in either the Los Angeles or the Sacramento office and candidates should be available to work 10-20 hours/week.

Summer Research Intern, Common Cause Maryland

February 24, 2017

Common Cause Maryland is seeking a summer intern to assist with advocacy campaigns, grassroots engagement, research, policy development, communications, and member outreach and events. Individuals with keen interest in government affairs and the legislative process, can-do attitude, and commitment to a fair and transparent democracy are highly encouraged to apply.

Volunteer Opportunities within Hawaii Gov't

June 21, 2016

Learn more about different volunteer opportunities within Hawaii’s government.

Volunteer Opportunities with Common Cause Hawaii

June 21, 2016

Creating a stronger democracy, and holding government officials accountable. That’s what Common Cause does. We cannot accomplish these lofty goals without the help of our friends in the community. Will you consider becoming a Common Cause Hawaii (CCHI) volunteer?

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