Title: Energy Democracy Organizer
Hours: Full time, 1-year limited contract
EXTENDED Deadline: October 27, 2018
General Description: Lead powerful, effective, and strategic organizing and movement building surrounding DTE Energy’s rate increase case and integrated resource plan to advance energy democracy, health, and affordability in southeast Michigan. As an organizer you will build the power of most impacted communities through grassroots organizing, coalition building, and legal intervention in these critical proceedings.
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Interested parties should submit a resume, cover letter and 2 references by October 17, 2018 to email@example.com with the words ENERGY ORGANIZER in the subject line.
Youth Organizing Fellowship
Hours: 4-8 per week
Duration: December 2018 through March 2019
Description: This fellowship, in partnership with Powershift Network is an opportunity for community college and 2-year college students in DTE Energy service territory to build leadership development skills, gain community organizing experience, and deepen knowledge about local and regional energy systems. Through the program, fellows will receive training and 1:1 support as they develop into movement leaders and bolster the engagement of impacted communities in Southeast Michigan.
Fellows will receive a stipend of $1,000 for about 4 months of organizing work. In addition, fellows will:
- Learn and practice community organizing skills
- Gain a practical understanding of energy democracy
- Build stronger relationships in their communities and across regions with other fellows focusing on similar campaigns
- Create positive change in their communities
- Access Power Shift Network Resources
- Have a published blog post, video, or podcast on PSN Website
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Interested applicants must fill out this form and submit it to the local host in their area by November 2nd, 2018.