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There is so much on the line in the the Presidential election and for Senate here in Pennsylvania. Trump’s growing popularity puts our progressive values at stake- not only does he believe climate change is a hoax—a Trump presidency could be devastating for gay and transgender Pennsylvanians and their families, who live in the only state in the Northeast where you can still be fired for being LGBT. And, Senator Toomey has continued to vote against legislation that would combat climate change as well as endorsed Gov. Mike Pence, the most anti-LGBT governor in the country.

The bottom line is, we can’t let Trump and Toomey represent us on issues from climate justice to LGBT equality, whether it’s in the workplace or at school. Getting students registered and committed to vote across PA is the first step to making our voices heard in November!

Apply to be field organizer today!

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Here’s the job description:

Field Organizer


NextGen Climate and Equality PA are currently seeking detail oriented and highly motivated organizers to join our team in key states as Field Organizers (FOs) through the 2016 General Election. FOs will be responsible for managing volunteer recruitment efforts and voter registration/Get Out The Vote activities on key college campuses.


  • Developing a volunteer base on target campuse
  • Effectively recruit and train volunteers around the 2016 election, climate change, and other political issues pertinent to young voters
  • Utilize social and earned media to recruit volunteers and promote events
  • Use voter database and online organizing tools
  • Conduct volunteer trainings and develop and manage a core team of volunteers, including stipended student fellows
  • Responsible for voter contact, volunteer recruitment, and event management
  • Meet all goals and deadlines


  • Ideally have at least one election cycle of organizing experience on a college campus
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Experience using voter databases like VAN is a plus
  • Ability to adapt rapidly to evolving priorities and deadlines and manage several tasks simultaneously
  • Driven with a strong work ethic
  • Act with high integrity and character
  • Self-motivated and willing to work long hours (including nights and weekends)
  • Previous climate, energy or environmental issue organizing experience a plus


Salaries are some of the highest in the industry and there is a very comprehensive benefits package.

NextGen Climate and Equality PA are equal opportunity employers.


NextGen Climate is a San Francisco-based environmental advocacy organization. Founded by businessperson and philanthropist Tom Steyer in 2013, we act politically to prevent climate disaster and promote prosperity for all Americans. Working at every level, we are committed to supporting candidates, elected officials, and policymakers across the country that will take bold action on climate change.


With 60,000 members across the commonwealth, Equality Pennsylvania is the leading organization advancing equality and opportunity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Pennsylvanians.

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