Pawlenty for Governor Campaign
The Pawlenty for Governor Campaign Committee has several employment opportunities. The campaign is set to hire field staff beginning December 1, 2001. The campaign also has several opportunities for internships. Field staff and interns for the campaign will:
    Assist and coordinate the field operation
    Assist with travel for the campaign
    General office work
    Assist the campaign media consultant with a variety of media-related work
Monthly salary is based on prior experience. Please send a cover letter and resume to:
    Chas Anderson
    Pawlenty for Governor Campaign Committee
    3470 Washinton Drive, Suite 206
    Eagan, MN 55121

      If you have any questions, please call Chas Anderson at 651-905-0555.

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Political Internships and Jobs

Minnesota Citizens For the Arts
                (651) 251-0868


Minnesota Citizens for the Arts (MCA), a nationally renowned arts advocacy organization that 
lobbies for state arts funding, seeks an intern to begin July 1, 2002.  The position is 
part-time and flexible (approximately 20 hours per week) and the compensation is negotiable.

MCA represents the arts community of Minnesota at the state legislature and lobbies for 
state funding of the arts, as well as other issues of concern to the non-profit arts 
community.  MCA also does advocacy for the National Endowment for the Arts.  To lobby 
effectively, MCA organizes grassroots advocacy around the state and keeps constituents 
educated and informed about the political process and the current state of arts funding 
throughout the year.

Interns will have exposure to and opportunities to interact with some of the movers and 
shakers in the arts community, as well as a working knowledge of the legislative 
process, arts funding structures in Minnesota and the basic functions of running a 
nonprofit.  Perks include free tickets to performances and many opportunities to advance 
in the arts and/or political community.

Duties and projects included in the internship:
-Work with staff on current projects including grassroots organizing, candidate meetings,
 voter education, board meeting preparation, filing and data entry.

A qualified applicant would possess the following skills:
-Interest in the political process
-interest in working with the arts community
-Good communication skills, especially speaking with people on the phone
-A self-starting, positive, self-motivated personality and a sense of humor
-Good organizational skills and the ability to perform many tasks simultaneously
-Computer literacy; preferably experience with Macintosh, Microsoft Word & Excel and 
database systems
-Independent and creative work habits


Please mail or e-mail résumé and cover letter by June 14, 2002 to:

Geri Katz
Minnesota Citizens for the Arts
2233 University Avenue West, Suite 355
St. Paul, MN 55114
[email protected]

MN Secretary of State Mary Kiffmeyer's office has student worker clerical
positions available for the summer (includes filing, faxing, etc.).  $10.63
per hour.  No benefits.  40 hours per week.  Beginning as soon as possible.
If interested, send a cover letter with dates of availability and resume to
[email protected] (no calls, please).


The White House Department of Media Affairs is looking for an intern.  Chosen applicants will
work with national, state, and local media.

WHEN:   Starting April 1st
PAY:    Academic credit, chance to make important political connections
CONTACT:Eric Hoplin, CRNC Executive Director
        [email protected], 888-765-3564


Minnesota business man and Republican candidate for Governor Brian Sullivan is looking for short
term political field staff.  This is a short term position.  It is perfect for anyone who wants
temporary employment on an exciting campaign.  Brian Sullivan is running to replace Jesse

WHEN:   April 1st through May 1st
WHERE:  St. Paul, Minnesota
PAY:    All expenses paid and $500.00 stipend per week.
CONTACT:Eric Hoplin, CRNC Executive Director
        [email protected], 888-765-3564


The Republican National Committee is looking for a Mexican American Regional Field
Representative.  The position is permanent full time employment in Washington, DC.  Candidates
must have political experience.

WHEN:   April 15
WHERE:  RNC Headquarters, Washington, DC
PAY:    $35,000
CONTACT:Eric Hoplin, CRNC Executive Director
        [email protected], 888-765-3564

SMALL BUSINESS Survival Committee, Washington, DC

Seeking summer interns.  The intern will research issues for articles and op-eds, develop media
database, produce press releases, assist in membership data entry and membership relations,
coordinate radio interviews and press conferences, handle policy research, cover hearings and
meetings on Capitol Hill and be responsible for some light administrative duties. Hours are
flexible and can coincide with the schedule of the intern. Student is encouraged to participate
in any and all activities/events of interest that come up within the organization.

WHEN:   Summer
WHERE:  Washington, DC
PAY:    Salary based on ability and experience
CONTACT:Eric Hoplin, CRNC Executive Director
        [email protected], 888-765-3564


The CRNC is in the process of hiring 40 Field Representatives.  We are looking for bright and
capable students who have recently graduated or who are able to take the fall semester off of
school to apply.  Each Field Rep. will be sent into a targeted state to help recruit and mobilize
students to get involved in the election campaign.

This is an important time for our country, and the President needs more Republicans in Washington
who will fight for the security and prosperity of the American people.  You can make a difference
by being a CRNC Field Rep.  For more information, please visit

WHEN:   Hiring now, position runs August 20 - November 5
WHERE:  A state or congressional district with a targeted campaign.
PAY:    All expenses paid, $2,000 stipend, lap top computer
CONTACT:Eric Hoplin, CRNC Executive Director
        [email protected], 888-765-3564

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