EXTENDED Application Deadline: Jan 17
About the Role
Want to help passionate youth achieve their dreams of making political change? Apply to become an E Pluribus Mentor!
E Pluribus is a youth-run non-profit organization driven to empower youth to affect the political change they desire. We match dedicated, high-potential Fellows with experienced, connected peer Mentors who can provide the resources, structure, and connections necessary to thrive in the modern political world.
Our Mentors are dedicated public servants interested in sharing their experiences in political action with other youth. They are internally-motivated and civically-minded.
As a Mentor, you will:
- Provide research, consulting, action plans, and moral encouragement to one to two Fellows
- Conduct weekly one-hour video meetings with your Fellows throughout the course of your minimum 12-week relationship
- Collaborate with a network of fellow Mentors to provide pertinent and accurate information to Fellows
- Attend a mentor training session in mid-January at Harvard University
- Attend in-person check-in meetings every two weeks at Harvard University
- Maintain a minimum three month relationship with E Pluribus as a Mentor
The ideal candidate will:
- Live in Cambridge, MA, or surrounding areas
- Be under the age of 25
- Demonstrate interest or experience in political action and/or youth engagement
- Exhibit strong interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills
Experience mentoring high school students is preferred but not required.
Complete the following application to be considered for an E Pluribus Mentor position. The application process is selective; only certain candidates will be invited to interview. Interviews will take place electronically in mid-January.