This is the fourth in an occasional series of posts about jobs related to civic engagement and democracy:
Director, Florida Joint Center for Citizenship: The Florida Joint Center for Citizenship (FJCC) is a partnership between the Lou Frey Institute at the University of Central Florida and the Bob Graham Center at the University of Florida. Working with district curriculum supervisors, teachers and others, the Joint Center provides curriculum resources, assessment resources, and professional development to support effective civics instruction and student learning in Florida’s K-12 schools.
Managing Director, Generation Citizen: Generation Citizen is an innovative, quickly scaling non-profit that seeks to strengthen our nation’s democracy by empowering young people to become engaged and effective citizens.
Several key positions at Rock the Vote are open. Rock the Vote is now a significant player in the k-12 civic education business as well as a leader in youth voting.
Curriculum Innovation Specialist for Social Studies, Cesar Chavez Public Charter School for Public Policy, Washington, DC. Chavez has 1,300 students in DC and strongly emphasizes civic education; I have visited often.
Director of Learning and Impact and Manager of Operations, Finance, & Grants Management at the Democracy Fund, which invests in social entrepreneurs working to ensure that our political system is responsive to the public and able to meet the greatest challenges facing our nation.