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FAMILY

Families are the reason ICUC exists and the driving force behind our organizing. In a world where family, whether biological or chosen, is seldom treated as a priority, ICUC becomes a voice for them.

 

JUSTICE

Within all our traditions, there is commitment to justice. We seek equitable and just opportunities for those most in need. ICUC is a way of putting this belief into action.

 

DIVERSITY

The strength of a community comes from embracing diversity. The wealth of different backgrounds and experiences leads us in creative new directions. We are intentionally building an organization that is diverse in our ethnic, denominational, and economic backgrounds.

 

ACTION

We have a commitment to the belief that decision-making should be by and for the people. We believe in taking responsibility and participating in community life. Our members listen to concerns in their communities and then research, discuss, and plan how issues can be resolved.

 

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Riverside Civic Engagement Organizer

Civic Engagement Organizer

Age: 18+

Location: Riverside, Ca

Part Time Non-Exempt Hourly 

Salary range: $30,000

Contract terms: 9/1/2021-6/30/2022 

Inland Congregations United for Change (ICUC) is seeking an enthusiastic, dedicated person to join our team to empower high school and college students to pre-register, register to vote and lead campaigns to turnout these students to vote. The next generation of Inland Empire youth is the largest and most diverse in our history, and if you’d like to join the fight to amplify their voices and build their political power at all levels of government, you should apply!

This position involves travelling to high schools, college campuses and community events to register students, catching them during their free time, or presenting in their classroom to register them to vote. 16 and 17 year olds can pre-register to vote, meaning that when they turn 18, their voter registration automatically activates. You’ll be on a team of committed, passionate folks, having truthful and important conversations about our political system with young people, many of whom belong to communities who have been systematically shut out of the political process. You’d be a great fit if you’re passionate about social justice, if you’ve got the energy to talk to hundreds of young people in a day, and if you’re determined to hit ambitious goals. ​

ICUC is working to reinvent congregational engagement and organizing by educating, mobilizing and empowering a new generation of local community leaders on issues affecting them and their community. By doing this, congregants, institutions and community members will participate in organizing and promoting our collective moral and social values. Through this we will bring opportunity and dignity to our families in the Inland Empire and build a better place for everyone. Our team is deeply dedicated to social, economic, racial, gender and immigrant justice.  

Time Allocation:

  • Base building and outreach
  • Training and coaching leaders
  • Research meetings with stakeholders
  • Hosting or participating in 1:1’s
  • Attending ICUC meetings (internal)
  • Action related activities 
  • Planning and organization 
  • Skill development 

Job activities:

  • Execute a large-scale voter registration program reaching high school students, college students and communities across the Inland Empire. 
  • Meet with VR Team region wide to plan a schedule for large-scale voter registration program. 
  • Coordinate with teachers, administrators and fellow organizers to find creative ways to maximize the impact of our voter registration drives during each school visit.
  • Spend time in high schools and on college campuses, registering students at our table and collecting pledge to vote postcards through classroom presentations.
  • Take time to input data of voter pledge cards and voter registration forms.
  • Organize CA Voter Registration Training(s) for your volunteers with your county Registrar of Voter office.
  • Build relationships with other organizations, clubs, community groups to be able to register voters at their events/meetings. 
  • Lead phone banks in your respective region to engage registered voters prior to elections, ensuring they vote.
  • Support Organizers and Youth Fellows in the creation of a base building plan tied to any and all Voter Registration drives being done under your leadership. This plan should be created and re-visited on a quarterly basis. 


What we’re looking for:
❖ Deep commitment to ICUC’s mission of engaging more young people in our democracy and empowering young people to make themselves heard; enthusiasm for voting rights, registration, and turnout

❖ Ability to sensitively and productively navigate tough conversations about voter eligibility, power and privilege, and people’s lived experiences that differ from your own, while being mindful of the potential to cause harm

❖ Strong personal commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, both in our work and our organization’s culture 

❖ Determination to meet daily and monthly goals by registering as many as hundreds of young people in a day to vote, while paying close attention to detail to ensure each registration form is complete and accurate 

❖ Willingness to work nontraditional hours on a regular basis (a typical high school early morning + travel)

Preferred, but not required:

❖ Reliable transportation and a driver’s license ❖ Spanish language skills

YCE Organizer Goals

❖ Execute a large-scale voter registration program reaching high school students, college students and communities across the Inland Empire that registers a minimum of 2,500 voters

  • This means within a 10 month period, there should be an average of 250 newly registered voters being registered per month.

Meet once a week with the VR/GOTV team. 

❖ Meet with VR Team region wide to plan a schedule for large-scale voter registration program. Develop master GOTV schedule with VR/GOTV Team within one month of hire. This should include the voter election cycle in all regions.

❖  Coordinate with teachers, administrators and fellow organizers to find creative ways to maximize the impact of our voter registration drives during each school visit. Have THREE or MORE strategic 1-1’s a week with teachers, administrators, and fellow organizers related to voter registration on campuses. Take notes at each 1-1 to share with your lead.

❖  Spend 2-3 days per week in high schools and on college campuses, registering students at our table and collecting pledge to vote postcards through classroom presentations. Add weekly schools to the master VR/GOTV calendar and count daily total pledge cards/voter registrations on “VR/GOTV Tracking SpreadSheets”. 

Spend 1 day per week on data entry in the office. 

❖ Organize CA Voter Registration Training(s) for your volunteers with your county Registrar of Voter office. Within two months of hiring: organize a voter registration training in your city in coordination with your County Registrar. 

❖ Build relationships with other organizations, clubs, community groups to be able to register voters at their events/meetings. Have at least ONE 1-1 a week with an external organization, club or community group. Take notes to share with your lead.

❖ GOTV phone bank prior to election cycle, using the VR cards collected. Organize volunteers to participate in phonebank. ONE month prior to elections, start a phone bank. TWO Weeks prior to the phone bank began organizing a volunteer schedule.

❖ Civic Engagement phone bank once a month, using the built VR base. Organize volunteers to participate in phonebank. Engage base to turnout to issue works. Support Organizers and Youth Fellows in the creation of a base building plan tied to any and all Voter Registration drives being done under your leadership. This plan should be created within one month of hiring and re-visited on a quarterly basis

Position details:

The position is based in the Riverside City region with travel around the Inland Empire. The position will be reporting to ICUC’s admin team virtually or in person.

Inland Congregations United for Change is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from all, and strongly encourage women, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, refugees and LGBTQ people to apply. 

To apply:

To apply for this position please follow this link

Riverside Youth Organizer

 

Job Description

Youth Organizer Position

Age: 18+

Salary Range:  $63,000

About Us: 

Inland Congregations United for Change (ICUC) is seeking a Youth Organizer (Schools-Congregations) whose main role will be to guide Youth Leaders in building a strong base of active youth leaders in their respective assigned school sites, train and develop their leadership and move them towards action. They will work closely with the Congregational Youth Organizer in order to create strategies to move issue work forward. 

ICUC is working to reinvent politics for young people, mobilizing and empowering a new generation to participate in our democracy to make the Inland Empire a better place for everyone. We register and turn out thousands of young voters every year, we work on issues like election access, economic justice, and immigration rights. We train hundreds of young leaders to create change in their communities. Our team is deeply dedicated to social change.

Time Allocation:

  • 20% Base building and outreach
  • 25% Training and coaching leaders
  • 5% Research meetings with stakeholders
  • 20% Hosting or participating in 1:1’s
  • 5% Attending ICUC meetings (internal)
  • 5-10 % Action related activities 
  • 5-10% Planning and organization 
  • 5% Skill development 

Job Activities: 

    • Weekly 1:1s with the Director of Youth Program with the purpose of reflecting on their past weeks work, planning their upcoming week and receiving staff development. The conversation should include longer term plans for the work (looking 3-6 months ahead).
    • Have 1:1s with Assigned Youth Fellows with the purpose of reflecting on their past weeks work, planning their upcoming week and making sure they are connecting the LOC’s to the ongoing work. Youth organizers are responsible for reaching out to youth fellows to set the 1-1’s up and to stay consistent with these meetings. (Suggested frequency is ONCE every 2 weeks)
    • Guide Youth Fellows in building their base with the goal of engaging 10+ youth (in the span of the school year). With the support of the VR/GOTV Lead, the Youth Organizer should guide Youth Fellows in creating and executing their plan for base building. Base building should be continuous throughout the school year and the base building plan should be evaluated once every 3-4 months. 
    • Guide Youth Fellows in holding LOC meetings for their respective sites with the purpose of connecting their base to the ongoing work. Youth Organizers are responsible for providing Youth Fellows the guidance in the creation of meeting agendas and helping them create a plan to invite LOC members to participate in these meetings. 
  • Participate in the monthly Region wide Youth Staff meetings and participate in the planning of them. Communicate to Youth Fellows the dates and times of these meetings and make sure they are aware and planning to participate.
  • Join weekly CV Youth Organizers Meeting with the purpose of participating in the creation of organizing strategies for the Region.  

To maintain good communication the following job activities should be done in agreement with other Youth Organizers from the respective region:

 

    • Contacting elected officials and other professionals (eg. principals, department directors, etc.) for 1:1s and research meetings (as applicable to assigned sites) with the purpose of building relationships and learning about ways to  move the work forward.  
  • Helping organize food drives and engage Youth Fellows and youth leaders (as applicable to assigned sites). 
  • Preparing for research meetings-  Once a decision is made that the specific Youth Organizer will lead a research meeting, communicate with the rest of the team (as applicable) to set up a planning meeting to create the agenda and assign roles. The pYouth Organizer should make sure there are opportunities for Youth Fellows to join and develop their leadership skills through their participation. 
  • Putting together different forums- participate in the planning (assigning roles & responsibilities, coming together with the youth and community to put together questions, run rehearsals for research meetings and forum) and execution of candidate forums (as applicable) and guide Youth Fellows to participate. 
  • Planning actions and events within the perspective region 

Qualifications: 

  • Have 3+ years of experience working in youth organizing in schools and/or congregations. 
  • Experience working in youth development 
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality with sensitive information
  • Experience working with young people from the diverse communities of San Bernardino and Riverside counties 
  • Creative thinker and problem-solver 
  • Strong facilitation skills 
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with peers, youth, and community partners 
  • Demonstrate ability to inspire youth participation
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, organizational and time management skills including budget  
  • Bilingual highly desired 
  • Must be willing and able to work evenings and occasional weekends 
  • Willing to adapt scope and responsibilities as needed to effectively achieve ICUC’s mission and best serve the priorities, need, and interests of members 

Preferred, but not required:

❖ Reliable transportation and a driver’s license ❖ Spanish language skills

Position details:

The position is based out of San Bernardino’s main office, with travel around the Inland Empire. The position will be reporting to ICUC’s Director of Youth Organizing in San Bernardino.

Inland Congregations United for Change is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from all, and strongly encourage women, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, refugees and LGBTQ people to apply. 

To apply:

To apply for this position please follow this link 

    San Bernardino Youth Organizer

     

    Job Description

    Youth Organizer Position

    Age: 18+

    Salary Range:  $63,000

    Inland Congregations United for Change (ICUC) is a multi-faith, multi-ethnic organization whose

    Inland Congregations United for Change (ICUC) is seeking a Youth Organizer (Schools-Congregations) whose main role will be to guide Youth Leaders in building a strong base of active youth leaders in their respective assigned school sites, train and develop their leadership and move them towards action. They will work closely with the Congregational Youth Organizer in order to create strategies to move issue work forward. 

     

    ICUC is working to reinvent congregational engagement and organizing by educating, mobilizing and empowering a new generation of local community leaders on issues affecting them and their community. By doing this, congregants, institutions and community members will participate in organizing and promoting our collective moral and social values. Through this we will bring opportunity and dignity to our families in the Inland Empire and build a better place for everyone. Our team is deeply dedicated to social, economic, racial, gender and immigrant justice.  

    Time Allocation:

    • 20% Base building and outreach
    • 25% Training and coaching leaders
    • 5% Research meetings with stakeholders
    • 20% Hosting or participating in 1:1’s
    • 5% Attending ICUC meetings (internal)
    • 5-10 % Action related activities 
    • 5-10% Planning and organization 
    • 5% Skill development 

    Job Activities: 

     

      • Weekly 1:1s with the Director of Youth Program with the purpose of reflecting on their past weeks work, planning their upcoming week and receiving staff development. The conversation should include longer term plans for the work (looking 3-6 months ahead).
      • Have 1:1s with Assigned Youth Fellows with the purpose of reflecting on their past weeks work, planning their upcoming week and making sure they are connecting the LOC’s to the ongoing work. Youth organizers are responsible for reaching out to youth fellows to set the 1-1’s up and to stay consistent with these meetings. (Suggested frequency is ONCE every 2 weeks)
      • Guide Youth Fellows in building their base with the goal of engaging 10+ youth (in the span of the school year). With the support of the VR/GOTV Lead, the Youth Organizer should guide Youth Fellows in creating and executing their plan for base building. Base building should be continuous throughout the school year and the base building plan should be evaluated once every 3-4 months. 
      • Guide Youth Fellows in holding LOC meetings for their respective sites with the purpose of connecting their base to the ongoing work. Youth Organizers are responsible for providing Youth Fellows the guidance in the creation of meeting agendas and helping them create a plan to invite LOC members to participate in these meetings. 
    • Participate in the monthly Region wide Youth Staff meetings and participate in the planning of them. Communicate to Youth Fellows the dates and times of these meetings and make sure they are aware and planning to participate.
    • Join weekly CV Youth Organizers Meeting with the purpose of participating in the creation of organizing strategies for the Region.  


    To maintain good communication the following job activities should be done in agreement with other Youth Organizers from the respective region:

     

      • Contacting elected officials and other professionals (eg. principals, department directors, etc.) for 1:1s and research meetings (as applicable to assigned sites) with the purpose of building relationships and learning about ways to  move the work forward.  
    • Helping organize food drives and engage Youth Fellows and youth leaders (as applicable to assigned sites). 
    • Preparing for research meetings-  Once a decision is made that the specific Youth Organizer will lead a research meeting, communicate with the rest of the team (as applicable) to set up a planning meeting to create the agenda and assign roles. The pYouth Organizer should make sure there are opportunities for Youth Fellows to join and develop their leadership skills through their participation. 
    • Putting together different forums- participate in the planning (assigning roles & responsibilities, coming together with the youth and community to put together questions, run rehearsals for research meetings and forum) and execution of candidate forums (as applicable) and guide Youth Fellows to participate. 
    • Planning actions and events within the perspective region 


    Qualifications: 

    • Have 3+ years of experience working in youth organizing in schools and/or congregations. 
    • Experience working in youth development 
    • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality with sensitive information
    • Experience working with young people from the diverse communities of San Bernardino and Riverside counties 
    • Creative thinker and problem-solver 
    • Strong facilitation skills 
    • Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with peers, youth, and community partners 
    • Demonstrate ability to inspire youth participation
    • Strong written and oral communication skills, organizational and time management skills including budget  
    • Bilingual highly desired 
    • Must be willing and able to work evenings and occasional weekends 
    • Willing to adapt scope and responsibilities as needed to effectively achieve ICUC’s mission and best serve the priorities, need, and interests of members 

    Preferred, but not required:

    ❖ Reliable transportation and a driver’s license ❖ Spanish language skills

    Position details:

    The position is based out of San Bernardino’s main office, with travel around the Inland Empire. The position will be reporting to ICUC’s Director of Youth Organizing in San Bernardino.

    Inland Congregations United for Change is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from all, and strongly encourage women, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, refugees and LGBTQ people to apply. 

    To apply:

    To apply for this position please follow this link

    San Bernardino Justice Fellow

    SB Justice Fellow

    Paid Internship

    Location: San Bernardino, Ca

    Part Time Non-Exempt Hourly 

    Hourly rate: $17.00

    Contract terms: 9/1/2020-6/30/2022

     

    About Us: 

    Inland Congregations United for Change (ICUC) is seeking an SB Justice Fellow whose role will be to help build a base of youth leaders who will engage in ongoing efforts to advance the work being done by the Just SB Coalition and other campaigns under ICUC leadership.  

    ICUC is working to reinvent congregational engagement and organizing by educating, mobilizing and empowering a new generation of local community leaders on issues affecting them and their community. By doing this, congregants, institutions and community members will participate in organizing and promoting our collective moral and social values. Through this we will bring opportunity and dignity to our families in the Inland Empire and build a better place for everyone. Our team is deeply dedicated to social, economic, racial, gender and immigrant justice.   

    Job Activities:

    • Meet with ICUC organizer once every 2 weeks to create work plans 
    • Create an LOC (Local Organizing Committee) and engage a minimum of 10 youth from your school/congregation throughout the year. 
    • Have an average of 3 one to one’s per week with youth, school administration, teachers, principals, etc. as it pertains to the organizing being done. 
    • Join the San Bernardino Youth team meetings held once every 2 weeks.
    • Join Federated youth “house meetings” held once every 2 weeks.
    • Help schedule meetings (as needed) with respective school administration.
    • Participate in and lead research meetings held throughout the year. 
    • Help carry out a federated research action (January/February 2022)
    • Help carry out a federated action(March-April 2022)
    • Help prepare 5 youth to attend ICUC’s Youth Summer Training (June-July 2022)
    • Assist in the collection of surveys as needed

    Skills:

    SB Justice Fellows  must have the ability to work well with a diverse group of people. They need to be able to train other students to collect surveys, speak to peers, ask questions for research, set up meetings, and help organizers facilitate training during LOC meetings. Fellows must have strong written and verbal communication skills. They must remain organized and accurate when recording their activities or maintaining their materials. Fellows must maintain a positive, personable, outgoing and enthusiastic attitude. These individuals must be professional, self-directed and able to work well in a team. Traveling for training might be a part of the job.

    Position details:

    The position is based out of San Bernardino’s main office. The position will be reporting to the Lead Youth Organizer based in San Bernardino.

    Inland Congregations United for Change is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from all, and strongly encourage women, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, refugees and LGBTQ people to apply.

    Apply:

    To apply for this position please follow this link 

    Region-wide Fellows

     

    Justice Fellows

    Paid Internship

    Location: Coachella Valley, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ontario – California

    Part Time Non-Exempt Hourly 

    Hourly rate: $17.00

    Contract terms: 9/1/2020-6/30/2022

    Inland Congregations United for Change (ICUC) is seeking a Youth Fellow whose role will be to help build a base of youth leaders either based out of a school or congregation, and guide them in engaging in ongoing efforts to advance campaigns led by  ICUC leadership. 

    ICUC is working to reinvent congregational engagement and organizing by educating, mobilizing, and empowering a new generation of local community leaders on issues affecting them and their community. By doing this, congregants, institutions and community members will participate in organizing and promoting our collective moral and social values. Through this we will bring opportunity and dignity to our families in the Inland Empire and build a better place for everyone. Our team is deeply dedicated to social, economic, racial, gender and immigrant justice.   

     

    Job Activities

    • Meet with ICUC organizer once every 2 weeks (1-1)
    • Create an LOC (Local Organizing Committee) and engage a minimum of 10 youth from your school/congregation throughout the year. 
    • Have an average of 3 one to one’s per week with youth, school admin, teachers, principals, etc. as it pertains to the organizing being done
    • Join the San Bernardino Youth team meetings held once every 2 weeks
    • Join Federated youth “house meetings” held once every 2 weeks
    • Help schedule meetings (as needed) with their respective school administration
    • Participate in and lead research meetings held throughout the year 
    • Help carry out a federated research action (January/February)
    • Help carry out a federated action(April)
    • Help prepare 5 youth to attend ICUC’s Youth Winter Training (December)
    • Help prepare 5 youth to attend ICUC’s Youth Summer Training (July)
    • Assist in the collection of surveys as needed

    Skills

    Youth Fellows  must have the ability to work well with a diverse group of people. They need to be able to train other students to collect surveys, speak to peers, ask questions for research, set up meetings, and help organizers facilitate training during LOC meetings. Fellows must have strong written and verbal communication skills. They must remain organized and accurate when recording their activities or maintaining their materials. Fellows must maintain a positive, personable, outgoing and enthusiastic attitude. These individuals must be professional, self-directed and able to work well in a team. Traveling for training might be a part of the job.

    Position details:

    The position is based out of your local office. The position will be reporting to the Youth Lead Organizer for your city.

    Inland Congregations United for Change is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from all, and strongly encourage women, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, refugees and LGBTQ people to apply. 

    Apply:

    To apply for this position please follow this link 

    LGBTQ Fellows

    LGBTQ Youth Fellow

    Paid Internship 

    Location: Coachella Valley, Riverside – CA

    Part Time Non-Exempt Hourly 

    Hourly rate: $17.00

    Contract terms: 9/1/2020-6/30/2022

     

    About Us: 

    Inland Congregations United for Change (ICUC) is seeking an LGBTQ Youth Fellow whose role will be to help build a base of LGBTQ youth leaders in theCoachella Valley region  and guide them in engaging in ongoing efforts to advance campaigns led by  ICUC leadership. 

    ICUC is working to reinvent congregational engagement and organizing by educating, mobilizing, and empowering a new generation of local community leaders on issues affecting them and their community. By doing this, congregants, institutions and community members will participate in organizing and promoting our collective moral and social values. Through this we will bring opportunity and dignity to our families in the Inland Empire and build a better place for everyone. Our team is deeply dedicated to social, economic, racial, gender and immigrant justice.   

     

    Job Activities

    • Meet with ICUC organizer once every 2 weeks (1-1)
    • Create an LOC (Local Organizing Committee) and engage a minimum of 10 youth from the Coachella Valley region throughout the year. 
    • Have an average of 3 one to one’s per week with youth, school admin, teachers, principals, etc. as it pertains to the organizing being done
    • Join the LGBTQ Youth team meetings held once every 2 weeks
    • Join the Coachella Valley Region Youth team meetings held once every 2 weeks
    • Join Federated youth “house meetings” held once every 2 weeks
    • Help schedule meetings (as needed) with their respective school administration
    • Participate in and lead research meetings held throughout the year 
    • Help carry out a federated research action (January/February)
    • Help carry out a federated action(April)
    • Help prepare 5 youth to attend ICUC’s Youth Winter Training (December)
    • Help prepare 5 youth to attend ICUC’s Youth Summer Training (July)
    • Assist in the collection of surveys as needed
    • Work in coalition with Inland Empire Prism Collective to strengthen LGBTQ youth organizing in the region

    Skills

    LGBTQ Youth Fellows must have the ability to work well with a diverse group of people. They need to be able to train other students to collect surveys, speak to peers, ask questions for research, set up meetings, and help organizers facilitate training during LOC meetings. Fellows must have strong written and verbal communication skills. They must remain organized and accurate when recording their activities or maintaining their materials. Fellows must maintain a positive, personable, outgoing and enthusiastic attitude. These individuals must be professional, self-directed and able to work well in a team. Traveling for training might be a part of the job.

    Position details:

    The position is based out of the Coachella Valley Region. The position will be reporting to the LGBTQ Youth Organizer.

    Inland Congregations United for Change is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from all, and strongly encourage women, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, refugees and LGBTQ people to apply. 

    Apply:

    To apply for this position please follow this link 

    Data Organizer

    Location: Inland Empire, CA

    • Part Time: (25 hrs a week)
    • Salary range: ​$30,000
    • Contract: 10/1/2021-9/31/2022.

    About us:

    Inland Congregations United for Change (ICUC) is working to reinvent politics for young people, mobilizing and empowering a new generation to participate in our democracy to make the Inland Empire a better place for everyone. We register and turn out thousands of young voters every year, we work on issues like election access, economic justice, and immigration rights. We train hundreds of young leaders to create change in their communities. Our team is deeply dedicated to social change.

    Time Allocation:

    • Researching & data collection 
    • Creating reports
    • Presenting reports to ICUC leaders, stakeholders, etc. 
    • Hosting or participating in 1:1’s
    • Planning and organization 
    • Skill development 
    • Attending ICUC events and meetings

    Job activities:

    • Attending data related trainings 
    • Conducting focus groups
    • Create data templates
    • Scrubbing and cleaning up data 
    • Collecting and managing rosters of volunteers/leaders
    • Gathering data on number of meetings, events, etc.
    • Ensuring that accurate and separate data is collected on activities, voter registration and GOTV efforts
    • Collect consent forms from youth and parents (upon entry and exit of ICUC)
    • Survey ICUC leaders
    • Create surveys
    • Provide monthly reports/updates on data collected
    • Assist in policy efforts with the Policy and Research Director
    • Assist in the marketing of data with the Communications team 

    Preferred, but not required:

    ❖ Reliable transportation and a driver’s license ❖ Spanish language skills

    Position details:

    The position is hybrid, meaning some work can be done working from home but there will be some required travel around the Inland Empire. The position will be reporting to ICUC’s Policy and Research Director. 

    Inland Congregations United for Change is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from all, and strongly encourage women, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, refugees and LGBTQ people to apply.

    To apply:

    To apply for this position please follow this link