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Be a Leader

The success of the Convention of States Project depends on strong leadership on the state and local level. This simple and realistic plan puts the power to change this nation firmly back into your hands:

  • State Leaders build a viable operation active in at least 40 states, comprised of approximately 4000 state house districts. The goal is to have a viable operation in at least 3000 of these districts by recruiting 3000 District Captains.

  • District Captains help recruit and welcome volunteers/COS supporters in their local area and are proactive in raising grass roots support with a goal in mind of 100+ volunteers in the district. The District Captain will also inform the in-district volunteers of when they can be in attendance, and have their voices heard, at committee hearings and floor votes.

Apply to become a leader in your state today! 


 

Digital Marketing Coordinator

As a Digital Marketing Coordinator, you will create and execute statewide digital promotions for local events and calls-to-action. Excellent written communication and ability to learn technology are essential. Professional experience prefered, but not required. In depth training and support will be provided by national staff.


Responsibilities include...

1. Proactively communicate with your state leadership team to stay up-to-date with promotional needs.
2. Manage your state's Facebook and Twitter accounts.
3. Update your state's webpage on cosaction.com with updates, blog posts, and event RSVP pages.
4. Proof read and help create and send state level emails.

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District Captain

As a District Captain, you will help recruit, welcome, and educate other volunteers in your local area, and be proactive in raising grassroots support.  We need you to:

  • Welcome new volunteers in your district, and act as a point person as they join the COS family. COS will help you with this by providing training ​in​ helping to connect you with people who ​have expressed ​interest in getting involved. You can also reach out to people in your own circle of influence.
  • Educate friends and others locally about Article V and Convention of States. We'll provide you with everything you need.
  • Stay in touch with your State Director and participate in state and national conference calls to keep up to date with all the exciting news.

​The District Captain will also inform the in-district volunteers of when they can be in attendance, and have their voices heard, at committee hearings and floor votes.​

Expected approximate commitment level: 8 hours per month

To Apply:
Step 1: Provide the information below and hit the"Update Info and continue"button.
Step 2: Complete the 7 question District Captain survey that follows.
Step 3: We will be in contact with you shortly.

Important: Your application is not complete until you finish the 7 question survey that follows.

Apply now

State Director

As the State Director, you will guide your state to victory and act as a liaison between statewide volunteers and the Convention of States national headquarters.

Responsibilities include...

  • Recruit District Captains to mobilize volunteers in your state.
  • Build state victory strategy with your state’s leadership team, and host regular state conference calls.
  • Speak at events to raise support and rally efforts across the state.
  • Report weekly progress throughout your state to Convention of States, and participate in monthly conference calls with other State Directors and State Leaders.

Expected commitment level: 15 - 20 hours per week

To Apply:
Step 1: Provide the information below and hit the"Update info and continue"button.

Step 2: Complete the 14 question State Director survey that follows.
Step 3:We will be in contact with you shortly.

Important: Your application is not complete until you finish the 14 question survey that follows.

Apply now

Legislative Liaison

As your state's official Legislative Liaison, you will be the interface between your state's legislators and the rest of our organization. Responsibilities include:

  • Educate and build relationships with state legislators and encourage their support to pass a request for a Convention of States.
  • Strategize with State Director to connect volunteer efforts with the legislative process.
  • Track the resolution through the legislative process, keeping your state team and our national staff informed of its progress.
  • Participate in regular state and national conference calls.

Expected commitment level: 15 - 20 hours per month

To Apply:
Step 1: Provide the information below and hit the"Update Info and continue"button.
Step 2: Complete the 10 question Legislative Liaison survey that follows.
Step 3:We will be in contact with you shortly.

Important: Your application is not complete until you finish the 10 question survey that follows.

Apply now

Coalitions Director

As a Coalitions Director, you will work to build favorable relationships with statewide and local organizations to gain their support in the movement. Responsibilities include...

  • Network with state and local organizations to build partnerships with Convention of States.
  • Represent Convention of States at events and host educational presentations.
  • Report weekly progress to State Director and participate in regular State and National conference calls.

Expected commitment level: 15 - 20 hours per month

To Apply:
Step 1: Provide the information below and hit the"Update info and continue"button.
Step 2: Complete the 12 question Coalitions Director survey that follows.
Step 3:We will be in contact with you shortly.

Important: Your application is not complete until you finish the 12 question survey that follows.

Apply now

State Tech Assistant/Manager

Also known as SIAs, our state tech assistants/managers play a critical role in helping their state teams effectively use technology and our web tools. We look for team players who are computer savvy and eager to see America reach a new golden age of freedom and prosperity.

Responsibilities

  1. Learn the ins and outs of our various web tools and websites.
  2. Provide occasional GoToMeeting training sessions for their state team on our tech tools.
  3. Assist State Leaders and DCs in the effective us of technology for the cause of liberty.
  4. Help State Leaders and DCs ensure state databases remain clean and updated.
  5. Track growth statistics.
  6. Help manage their state's website.

Qualifications

The Convention of States Project is seeking State Tech Assistants and Managers who are computer savvy. Background in IT, Computer Programming, IT Support, and Tech Training are a plus but not required.

  1. Must be an ardent supporter of Convention of States.
  2. Must be a team player and leader with good people skills.
  3. Must be comfortable with using new software, spreadsheets, and applying analytic skills to practical use.
  4. Must have a soldier's "improvise, adapt, and overcome", mindset.

Expected commitment level: 16 - 40 hours per month

To Apply:
Step 1: Provide the information below and hit the"Update Info and continue"button.

Step 2: Complete the 5 question State Information Analyst survey that follows.
Step 3:We will be in contact with you shortly. If you don't hear from us please reach out at tech@cosaction.com

Important: Your application is not complete until you finish the 5 question survey that follows.

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State Media Liaison

As the State Media Liaison, you will report to the national media relations director. Your activities will be focused on communicating Convention of States Project state and national news to journalists within the state and securing interviews.

The position requires a highly motivated, self-starter who is not easily intimidated. The state Media Liaison must have the ability to keep up with a fast-paced media relations campaign and remain composed in all situations, while being able to speak knowledgeably and positively about the Convention of States Project activities within your state.

Candidates must be able to function well independently and under deadlines, as well as follow up on any inquiries in a timely manner.

Primary responsibilities include pitching, follow-up and securing mentions, features and interviews with your local radio, television and print media.

Finally, you will be responsible for keeping an accurate database of state media, as well as responsible for tracking confirmed/planned media hits and reporting them to the national media relations director for inclusion in the weekly national media tracking document. 

Media Liaison – Expected time commitment, 1-3 hours per week (at a minimum).

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State Grassroots Coordinator

State Grassroots Coordinator

As a State Grassroots Coordinator, you will be on the front line to train District Captains to recruit, train and activate new volunteers. You will actively reach out to new District Captains and welcome them into our organization as well as train them to reach out to volunteers to match up their talents with our needs. Responsibilities include...

  • Network with our existing District Captains to actively recruit new volunteers.
  • Create a team of rapid response District Captains to respond to new volunteers in a timely manner.
  • Actively engage District Captains to reach out to volunteers and encourage a deeper involvement within the organization.
  • Assist in recruiting District Captains in select areas as delegated by the State Director.

Expected commitment level: 5-10 hours per week

To Apply:

Step 1: Provide the information below and hit the"Update info and continue" button.

Step 2: Complete the 6 question State Grassroots Coordinator survey that follows.

Step 3: We will be in contact with you shortly.

Important: Your application is not complete until you finish the 6 question survey that follows.

Apply now