Our Advocacy Fellows work remotely, with frequent support from our Seattle office. We will work with your school on certifying academic credit if desired.
The mission of the Fund for Global Health is to provide the maximum possible health beneﬁt to vulnerable people in developing countries. One of the best ways to accomplish this is by advocating to improve the effectiveness of, and increase funding for, U.S global health programs.
A small number of U.S. Representatives and Senators on the State and Foreign Operations Subcommittees of Appropriations decide on funding for U.S. global health programs. If you are in a congressional district or state represented by one of these subcommittee members, you have a unique and important opportunity to make a diﬀerence to U.S. leadership and funding for global health. We are oﬀering constituents of these Representatives and Senators an opportunity to engage in eﬀective citizen lobbying to that end. Advocacy Fellows make a minimum 12-month commitment to a program of weekly communication and action, trained and supported by one of our coordinators.
1. Experience with citizen lobbying actions such as writing letters, talking with Congressional staff, meeting your Member of Congress. 2. Detailed knowledge of the Congressional appropriations process and how to influence it. 3. Knowledge based on own research into the global need for primary health care and resources to fight tuberculosis. 4. Experience with organizing others to engage in these activities.
• Reliability; promptness in responding to communications
• Excellent written and verbal communications skills
• Helpful: experience in advocacy, outreach, organizing and training people
To apply, please submit the following via email to Keith Johnson, Director of Advocacy, at firstname.lastname@example.org:
• Resume or CV
• 1 or 2-page writing sample
• Single paragraph describing why you are interested in this position
For more information, see: www.fundforglobalhealth.org