About Voters of Tomorrow

Voters of Tomorrow is a political movement for young people and by young people. With the guiding goal of building youth political power, Voters of Tomorrow has a presence in over 25 states and volunteers in all 50. Backed by extensive research on Gen Z, we’re taking the issues Gen Z cares about most into the rooms where decisions get made. Through extensive advocacy, on-the-ground and online organizing, and a nationwide network of Gen Z organizers and activists, we’re making sure that as the most diverse generation, we are represented and spoken for.

Job Summary

The Candidate Relations Coordinator will report to the Political Director. This position will support candidate relations strategy to build and manage relationships with candidates for elected office. This position is a volunteer position with the expectation to contribute approximately 5-10 hours of work per week.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Work with the Deputy Political Director and Political Director to build and manage relationships with candidates for elected office
  • Facilitate the roll-out of endorsements of candidates for office
  • Update and manage the ‘Candidate Tracker’
  • Liaise with candidates to communicate polling and messaging strategies
  • Assist chapters in the roll-out of state, local, and other down-ballot endorsements
  • Collaborate with Youth Vote Champions to engage, educate, and empower Gen Z voters in upcoming campaigns
  • Coordinate with the Political Department and broader Voters of Tomorrow staff to ensure candidate relations priorities and goals are being met
  • Attend weekly team and all-staff meetings as regularly as possible

Requirements and Skills

  • Ability to take initiative on projects
  • Excel/Google Sheets experience required
  • Strong email-writing skills required
  • Candidate management experience a plus, but not required
  • Eagerness and willingness to be a point of contact for electoral campaigns

Voters of Tomorrow is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome all applicants regardless of age, citizenship, gender identity or expression, national origin, pregnancy status, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other differences.