For more than 20 years, the Minnesota Budget Project has worked toward a vision for Minnesota in which a fair tax system raises enough revenue to fund our priorities as a state, and economic policies ensure opportunity is available to all. We do it through analysis, advocacy, and strategic communications, and currently have two open positions on our team.
The Minnesota Budget Project is seeking a Policy Advocate to work on economic security issues, including affordable health care and child care.
This an exciting opportunity for anyone interested in producing compelling analysis, exploring policy solutions, and engaging with state and national partners in support of policies that expand opportunity and economic security to all Minnesotans, particularly Minnesotans with low incomes.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis; apply by October 23 for the strongest consideration. Learn more about the position and how to apply here.
You: Inspired to create change in your community, and looking to contribute your skills and gain experience in promoting public policies that impact Minnesotans with low incomes and communities of color.
Us: The Minnesota Budget Project is a leading voice advocating for affordable health care, affordable child care, and progressive tax policy in Minnesota.
We’re hiring a part-time communications intern for the 2019 Minnesota Legislative Session. This is a paid position focused on creating digital and public engagement strategies for our current policy agenda. Learn more about the job, and submit your cover letter and resume online by Friday, October 26.