Thursday, March 26 at 9:00am to 10:00am
Virtual Trojan Talk with Fund for Public Interest - Summer Jobs
Fund for the Public Interest is a national, nonprofit organization that runs campaigns for America’s leading environmental and public interest organizations. We launched the Fund in 1982 to help find ways to engage people on the most pressing problems of our day and turn that support into solutions. And now we run the nation’s largest and most effective canvassing and telephone membership operation.
We work alongside groups such as U.S. PIRG, Environment America, Environmental Action and Fair Share on a wide range of campaigns, including protecting our environment, getting big money out of politics, stopping the overuse of antibiotics and investing in early childhood education. Fund for Equality is a project of Fund for the Public Interest that runs canvass offices on behalf of the Human Rights Campaign to help ensure equal rights for all LGBTQ Americans.
Come learn about how you can be apart of this impactful organization! We are hosting a virtual information session over Zoom to learn more about our campaigns and the positions available. This session is scheduled in Mountain Time so make sure to adjust it to your time zone.
Directions to join the Zoom Information Session:
You can join the Zoom meeting through a computer or smartphone.
(For Computer): You don't need to download or install any programs, you can join through your browser. The link to join the call is www.zoom.us/j/3035735858. I recommend joining the conference 5 minutes before it starts. The link will keep you in a waiting room until our hiring director joins.
(For Smartphone): You will need to download the zoom app, which is free in the app store. Once you have the app up and running you should select the - join a meeting- button, and it will prompt you to enter a 'Meeting ID' The meeting ID is 3035735858. You should plan to join the conference 5 minutes before it starts. The video won't launch until our hiring director joins, so just sit tight.
For more information, visit www.summerjobsthatmatter.org. We hope to see you there!