Career Opportunity

Position: Campus Fellow

The North Carolina Black Alliance (NCBA)is looking for a Campus Fellow to enhance the capacity to support democratic and civic engagement efforts on college campuses that result in more informed and engaged citizens. The Campus Fellow will work with designated administrative professionals to complement and support their campus engagement plans. The Campus Fellow will be responsible for executing high-level programming, including but not limited to marketing/outreach, recruitment, training, data collection, and reporting. This role may involve significant student, faculty, staff, and community partner interactions. In addition to supporting campus initiatives, the Campus Fellow will be responsible for assisting with planning the HBCU Think Tank, Campus Lead Up, the HBCU Regional NVRD, and GOTV Tours.

The Campus Fellow will report to the Campus Coordinator, the Youth Voter Engagement Program Consultant, and the designated campus administrator(s) to whom they are assigned.


  • Coordinate aspects of the campus civic/ democratic engagement plans (to drive voter registration, education, protection, and GOTV efforts).
  • Assist with departmental priorities, which may include but are limited to, student recruitment/ supervision, monitoring participation, communicating with guest presenters/ community professionals, event planning, program evaluation and reporting, tabling, hosting Voter 101 sessions or workshops, etc.
  • Assist with coordinating March to the Polls and relevant civic holiday events: National Voter Registration Day, National Voter Education Week, Vote Campus Early Day, HBCUs Vote Day, and BVM Black Out Day (as directed by the campus administrators).
  • Train student organizations to expand voter engagement efforts on campuses.
  • Assist with the coordination of the HBCU Tours and the HBCU Think Tank.
  • Increase the social media footprint of voter education and issue-related content
  • Track campus engagement and report monthly involvement.
  • Attend important meetings to help assist with the overall Youth Voter Engagement priorities.


  • Interest or experience in civic engagement programming and/or social justice education
  • Highly organized, reliable, experienced with follow-up and meeting lines, the ability to multitask, and able to work collaboratively and independently
  • Strong interpersonal skills, presentation skills, communication skills, and the ability to develop internal and external partnerships
  • Experience with event planning, program management, and/or volunteer recruitment/ coordination
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Google applications
  • High-level knowledge of social media marketing/ engagement and graphic design skills are a plus
  • Experience working with a diverse group of people within the community is a plus
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Willingness to work some evenings and weekends


  • Campus Fellow position is a set stipend of $1000- $1500/month
  • 20 hours a week commitment


Email résumé and cover letter to Marcus Bass, Deputy Director, at

North Carolina Black Alliance is an Equal Opportunity employer. Personnel are chosen on the basis of ability without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, marital status or sexual orientation, in accordance with federal and state law.

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