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The Washington Bus is hiring!

Hello! This is Katie Stultz, a 2012 Alum from CEP. I am going to be stepping away from my current role at The Washington Bus, and I would love to share the upcoming job opportunities with the CEP community. The Washington Bus shares many of the same core values of community, leadership and social justice. It would be a fantastic fit for anyone who is interested in advocacy work, non-profit management, and youth leadership development. Let me know if you want to grab coffee and talk about the roles –


The Washington Bus is hiring!

The Washington Bus is a statewide organization that engages young people in the civic process and builds political power for our generation. We are hiring for two positions: Program Director and Field and Outreach Coordinator to join our team. The priority deadline for both applications is January 5, 2017. See full job descriptions and salary and benefits information here:

  • The Program Director is a full time management position that also serves as a part of the Directors Team. This position manages program staff, directs the Bus’ field and work plan, leads strategy and advocacy efforts around relevant campaigns and policy initiatives, and builds relationships with partner organizations to develop strong coalitions for our work.
  • The Field and Outreach Coordinator leads the Bus’s outreach, volunteer engagement and field efforts. This role will recruit and develop young leaders to run values and metrics driven voter registration and field campaigns to build youth political power.
  • The successful candidates will have a commitment to social justice, youth empowerment, and undoing institutional racism.

    How to apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter demonstrating your relevant experience, as well as at least two professional references, all in one combined attached PDF document, to – please include “Program Director” or “Field and Outreach Coordinator” in your subject line. Applications submitted by January 5, 2017 will be given priority consideration. Interviews will be scheduled on a rolling basis, and this position will be open until filled. Please email questions to Jessica Jones at

    *The Washington Bus is an inclusive organization, fostering and drawing on leadership from communities of color, recent immigrant communities, and emerging young leaders. The Washington Bus is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Employment and program policies of the Washington Bus are nondiscriminatory in regard to race, color, gender, religion, age, national origin, disability, veteran status or sexual orientation.

    About the Washington Bus:
    The Washington Bus is a statewide organization that engages young people in the civic process and builds political power for our generation. We empower young people of color, LGBTQ youth, first generation college students, and young people from working class and immigrant communities. We activate our generation through education, civic participation, and hands-on democracy, and work to put the young people most often excluded from the political process at its center. The Washington Bus is creating a more equitable Washington by building a democracy that works for all people.