Counties: Bay/Gulf, Clay, Duval, Escambia/Santa Rosa, Gadsden/Jefferson/Leon/Madison/Wakulla, Hillsborough, Manatee, Orange/Osceola, Palm Beach, Pasco, Pinellas, Volusia



Deadline date


Update July 25, 2022: Positions are filled for the following counties: Broward, Miami-Dade, Sarasota, and Seminole.

ACLU of Florida Justice Voter Fellows are self-motivated, smart, persuasive, and energetic people who are interested in learning new skills and contributing to creating positive change in Florida and beyond.

Fellowship Responsibilities include:

  • Assist organizers with recruiting, training, managing, and motivating volunteers to build a base of support
  • Hone your ability to share a compelling message with the public, help us broaden our connections for the electoral campaign we are work on and engage more Floridians through phone banking, text banking, hosting public and virtual community events and canvassing
  • Help advance events and assist with turnout plans for volunteers, organizers, and surrogates
  • Learn what it takes to put together a successful event by hosting public forums educating voters and creating a plan to vote in the 2022 election.
  • Schedule and attend 1:1s with organizers to develop relationships with volunteers
  • Assist volunteer leaders with the planning and execution of on the ground activities
  • Meet daily reporting and data entry deadlines.

Strong candidates will have a commitment to progressive ideals and issues, excellent interpersonal and written communication skills, and the flexibility and temperament to work in a fast-paced, constantly changing political environment.

Fellowship Candidates must reside in one of the following counties:

Bay/Gulf, Broward, Clay, Duval, Escambia/Santa Rosa, Gadsden/Jefferson/Leon/Madison/Wakulla, Hillsborough, Manatee/Sarasota, Miami-Dade, Orange/Osceola/Seminole, Palm Beach, Pasco, Pinellas, Volusia

Fellowship Candidates should also possess:

✔ Eagerness to learn and develop community organizing skills and tools

✔ Microsoft Excel/Google Sheets proficiency

✔ Ability to work quickly and cooperatively under pressure and meet deadlines

✔ Energetic outlook and commitment to the mission and grassroots approach to change

✔ Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously

✔ A team orientation that combines collegiality and creativity to drive and motivate others

✔ Must have a driver’s license and a working car

✔ Spanish and/or Haitian Kreyòl is a plus

Fellowship Details:

  • This is a part-time position (20 - 25 hours a week)
  • Compensation will be $15 an hour + $100 per month stipend (phone + gas)
  • To apply, email Krsha Sendón at KSendon@aclufl.org with the subject line "Justice Voter Fellowship" include a copy of your resume and cover letter and the county you reside in.