Current Job Openings

Advocacy

Legislative Assistant

Data, Analytics, and Infrastructure (DAIR)

Full Stack Developer (At Large)
Senior Organizing Data Strategist

Economic Power and Growth

Organizing Coordinator
Fellow, Economic Growth and Power

Office of the General Counsel

Fellowship Program

Office of the President

Administrative Assistant

Political/Electoral and Issue Mobilization

National Campaign Coordinator (2 Positions)
National Campaign Director
National Campaign Training Coordinator
National Young Worker Program Coordinator
Regional Field Director – East Region, Northeast District
Senior Field Representative – Central Region (At Large)
Senior Field Representative – Northeast Region (At Large)
Senior Field Representative – South Region (At Large)

Technology Institute

Administrative and Fiscal Manager*
Development Director

Union Lawyer’s Alliance

Organizer/Pilot Group Liaison

Working for America Institute

Administrative and Fiscal Manager*
Deputy Director

*This is a single position that answers to the Executive Director of the Working for America Institute and Technology Institute.

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Additional Opportunities

Become a Union Organizer

Union organizers are on the front lines of activism, building power while engaging in the important social and economic issues facing working families. Organizers are a resource for working people who are interested in forming a union. The Organizing Institute develops and promotes the craft of organizing. We recruit and train new organizers; collaborate in solidarity with community allies; and share innovations and strategic campaigns for social justice.

Become a Strategic Researcher

Strategic corporate researchers work for labor unions, environmental justice groups and community-based organizations. Strategic researchers provide insights on corporate ownership, finances, organizational structure and connections and help progressive organizations understand the sources of corporate power.

Strategic Corporate Research Summer School, June 19–24, 2022

The AFL-CIO and Cornell University are sponsoring a Strategic Corporate Research Summer School on June 19–24, 2022. The application deadline is May 2. The course is designed for students and others who want to make corporations accountable by working as researchers in unions and social change organizations. The course offers a regular track and an advanced track with an additional research and writing requirement. It is open to individuals applying on their own and to individuals sponsored by unions and other organizations. Scholarships are available to non-sponsored individuals who qualify. Inquire if interested in obtaining course credit. For more info, email [email protected], call 607-288-3940, or go to the course website.