The New Justice Project is hiring electoral canvassers, a digital organizer and a data manager to work on this years ballot initiatives here in Minneapolis.
Electoral Canvassers: $21 per hour/30-40 hours per week.
Data Manager: $24 per hour/20-30 hours per week
Digital Organizer: Salaried based on experience
As a community focused organization NJP is looking to our community to help build Black worker power and spur economic mobility in our community via creating pathways to union jobs via our Pathways Program but first we want to have community voices at the table and shaping the scope of our work. The Pathways Fellowship is an opportunity for black workers/community members to play a role in finalizing the vision and scope of our workforce development program while also gaining important community organizing and project management skills at the same time. If you or anyone you know is interested in being an NJP fellow please fill out the google form below and join us on the road to building real pathways for our community.
It brings our staff and our members great joy to announce our 2021 Minneapolis City Wide Election Candidate Slate featuring as follows.
Ward 2: Robin For Minneapolis
Ward 4: Phillipe Cunningham
Ward 5: Jeremiah Bey Ellison
Ward 9: Jason Chavez-Cruz
Ward 10: Aisha Chughtai
Minneapolis Park Board: Londel French for Minneapolis Park Board
These candidates have proven time and time again that they will listen to, learn from and work hand in hand with community to make Minneapolis a more equitable, democratic and just city through engaging their constituents and creating innovative policy solutions around jobs, housing and community safety.
We look to them to lead Minneapolis into a future where working class black and brown communities are at the forefront of every decision that will impact their lives.
It’s official. The New Justice Project MN will launch with the community this Saturday, September 25th, from 1-3pm.
Come discuss our vision, learn about our plans, and meet our staff.