Students can enter the “Predict the Next President Competition” between October 24 and November 4!
To enter, students should log on to 270towin.com to create their Electoral College map. Students can email the map to Chera LaForge, assistant professor of political science, at email@example.com directly from the site. In the email, students should also include their predicted popular vote percentages and their vote percentage for the Indiana Senate race.
Three awards will be given to students who have the closest Electoral College prediction (with a tiebreaker for popular vote and senate vote, if needed), and for students who “Beat the Profs.” Students who have better predictions than political science faculty will receive a special prize.
The competition is co-sponsored by the History Club and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Hello Political Science Students!
I know many of you are interested in law school, but might be worried about the cost. Luckily for you, as a student at one of the IU regional campuses, a fantastic opportunity exists for you to pursue a law degree at a reduced cost. The McKinney Law Scholar Program is a competitive scholarship that is pretty new. See below for all of the details.
If you are interested in learning more about the program, please contact the Interim Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, James Barbre at jbarbre (at) iue (dot) edu.
Title: Regional Organizer
Organization: Indiana Democratic Party
Dates: June 2nd through November 15th, 2016
Compensation: Competitive Pay
The party is seeking passionate and experienced organizers to implement an ALL-NEW field program in 2016. Organizers will work to strengthen the party’s grassroots connections and support party activists at the local level. Regional Organizers will be essential in developing the grassroots organization necessary for Democratic Candidates to win in 2016 and for the long-term success of the Indiana Democratic Party.
About the Indiana Democratic Party:
The Indiana Democratic Party is devoted to electing Democratic candidates at every level of government across Indiana. Led my Chairman John Zody, Democratic Party members are working towards electing leaders who will effectively serve all Hoosiers.
- Bachelor’s degree
- Reliable transportation, phone and computer
- One cycle (or the equivalent) of political organizing experience
- Passion for improving community and a strong desire to elect Democratic candidates
- Strong interpersonal communication skills
- Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary
- Capability to work independently
- Bilingual individuals are encouraged to apply
Please send resumes to Field Director Graham Fishell at firstname.lastname@example.org. Resumes must be received by May 13th for consideration. Positions will be filled on a rolling basis until staff is finalized.
Welcome back to the Fall 2015 semester! I know that many of our students are veterans, so I wanted to pass along the following information. The 2015 Veteran Resource Fair will take place on Thursday, October 15th. More information is available in the flyer below.
Those of you interested in politics and with a love of writing might be interested in submitting a resume for Ballotpedia, an online encyclopedia of politicians and political events. There are a few open positions right now, which are part-time and where you can work from home.
Recent graduates may be interested in a position with the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce. They are hiring a Director of Education and Events. Find out more here: Director of Education and Events!
Attention new graduates! The Cope Environmental Center has an opening for a Program & Development Coordinator, to help manage fundraising and programming. The application deadline is May 11th! A description of the position is attached.
Cope Environmental Center – Program and Development Coordinator