Penn Dems went on SEPTA to Center City and visited OBAMA2012 HQ. There was lots of food, and the music was great courtesy of DJ DIAMOND KUTS (and her bejeweled computer)! We also passed Occupy Philly. I had FUN, did you? See more pictures at out PHOTOS page!
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Think you know everything about politics? Want to see how you stack up against other politically-minded students? Join us for Political Quizzo co-hosted by Penn Democrats, College Republicans, Penn Political Review, and Penn In Washington for a night of drinking, politics, and fun! Come alone or with a team. Each round, the winning team with
Looking for campaign staff and field managers to aid in the fight for equality. Campaign staff will go out into communities and go door-to-door, or go into public places and talk with people about the issues, raise money, and build membership for organizations the fund supports. Canvassers also have the opportunity to work with the media, help build coalitions
WHERE: Claudia Cohen G-17 WHEN: 6:00-7:30, Tuesday, September 20 Ms. Kissling will discuss how she squares being a Catholic, a feminist, and a political activist for a woman’s right to choose. About the speaker: For 25 years Frances Kissling led Catholics for Choice in challenging Vatican opposition to legal abortion and articulating prochoice Catholic views.
Former Congressman Patrick Murphy is running for Attorney General of Pennsylvania and is looking for interns to help him become the first Democrat ever elected to this office. Interns will work with the campaign staff to research a broad array of issues, synthesize relevant information and help prepare briefs and memos for Congressman Murphy. Areas of research will
Want to learn how to organize the community and help reelect the president? Become an Organizing for America Fall Fellow. The Fall Fellowship is a 12 week internship program that will train and develop the next generation of community organizers. Fall Fellows will help the campaign expand its outreach efforts in communities across the country.
Looking for interns who want to work to protect small farmers and the environment by urging Congress and Senator Casey to implement Fair Farm Rules that will level the playing field for small and mid-sized farmers, ensuring a healthier food system and environment. Students will have the opportunity to develop a variety of skills, including
Offering an internship opportunity to a junior or senior college student who will commit 12- 15 hours per week to this fast-paced work environment. Responsibilities include collecting and organizing electronic, print and TV media clips, updating and maintaining databases, answering phones and assisting with general administrative duties. Drafting talking points, media advisories, press releases or