Get the Word Out, Wisconsin!

Get trained (and paid!) to talk to your neighbors in swing counties about the need to invest in and vote for strong public schools.

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Ready to promote public education in Wisconsin?

Spend the Summer Fighting for Public Schools

As an educator, you've seen first-hand how four years of inept education policy has squeezed public schools. Help convince voters in your area to support candidates who have students' best interests at heart.

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Selected applicants will:

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Be a member of the Wisconsin Education Association Council
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Live in (or be willing to travel to) a swing county in your state (see below)
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Attend a mandatory weekend training session to learn best practices for messaging, effective advocacy, and one-on-one conversations
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Participate in community organizing events on Saturdays and during the week or organize online until public health officials indicate other methods can take place
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Have a valid driver's license, or access to transportation and/or be willing to work from home doing online organizing because of COVID 19
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Engage in conversations with voters about your experience in the classroom
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The Details

  • Applications are due by April 15; positions will be filled on a rolling basis
  • If selected, you’ll earn a stipend of $3,600 to $4,600, depending on position
  • Training to take place June 12-14 in Madison or online if needed
  • Community organizing or digital organizing will take place June 15-Aug. 20
  • Targeted counties are Brown, Columbia, Dane, Green, Iowa, Kewaunee, Outagamie, Ozaukee, Racine, Washington, and Waukesha

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