When We All Vote seeks a Coordinator of National Organizing. This position will be responsible for supporting the organizing staff, Culture of Democracy Collective partners, supporting digital organizing communities, managing our data collection, and supporting the development of training programs for our volunteers and partners. This is a temporary position ending November 30, 2024.


When We All Vote is a leading national, nonpartisan initiative on a mission to change the culture around voting, increase participation in each and every election, and close the race and age voting gap. Created by Michelle Obama, When We All Vote brings together individuals, institutions, brands, and organizations to register new voters across the country and advance civic education for the entire family and voters of every age to build an informed and engaged electorate for today and generations to come. When We All Vote empowers supporters and volunteers to take action through voting, advocating for their rights, and holding their elected officials accountable.


Civic Nation is a nonprofit ecosystem for high-impact organizing and education initiatives working to build a more inclusive and equitable America. Civic Nation shifts culture, systems, and policy by bringing together individuals, grassroots organizers, industry leaders and influencers to tackle some of our nation’s most pressing social challenges. Civic Nation is home to seven national initiatives and campaigns: ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, Change Collective, It’s On Us, Online for All, SAVE On Student Debt, We The Action, and When We All Vote.


  • Support the National Organizing program on strategic planning and development of the organizing program.
  • Manage and support multiple projects related to developing and implementing programming for a diverse volunteer and partner audience.
  • Support the management of the associated digital communities and tools.
  • Assisting on all organizing programming, including data tracking, volunteer management, social media and email drafting, and external communications with volunteers.
  • Aiding with coordination of virtual training and grassroots volunteer events, team operations, and research projects as needed.
  • Take on additional responsibilities to support the function of the organizing team as needed.


  • 1+ year of experience on an electoral, issue, or civic engagement campaign in an organizing role with experience managing volunteers and experience in digital organizing
  • Experience collaborating across an organization and with external partners to develop and implement successful, mission-focused content
  • A passion and ability to work with diverse communities.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills.
  • Previous organizing, campaign, or non-profit volunteer experience is a plus.


  • Excellent data, analytical, writing, and communication skills.
  • Ability to take initiative constructively and professionally.
  • An open-minded approach to operating within a dynamic organization.
  • Ability to work with diverse communities and individuals with varying perspectives.
  • Deep dedication to issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.


The Washington, DC-based salary range for this position is $55,000.00 (will be adjusted for cost of labor for the incumbent’s work location) annually, commensurate with experience. Our comprehensive benefits plan includes 100% employer-paid health, dental, and vision insurance for employees, flexible paid time off, paid family & medical leave, access to a 401k plan, and more.


Candidates can expect the following hiring process and timeline (please note that this timeline may be subject to change):

  • May 28 – June 7: First-Round Interviews: Introductory Call
  • June 11 – June 18  Second-Round Interviews: Leadership & Assessment
  • June 24  – June 28: Final Interviews
  • Week of June 30: Hiring Decision announced

All candidates will be notified via email of the status of their application on or before the completion of the search.


To apply, submit a cover letter and resume through our Careers page. The cover letter, addressed to Amanda Hollowell, should be concise, compelling, and include why you would like to work for Civic Nation. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

At Civic Nation, diversity, equity, and inclusion are directly aligned with the fundamental belief that people are inherently capable but often lack opportunity. We know that a diverse workforce allows us to see problems in more nuanced ways, creating the thought leadership needed to fulfill our mission and reach our goals. Civic Nation is an equal-opportunity employer and welcomes people from all backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives to apply.

To apply for this job email your details to careers@civicnation.org