Do you want ensure clean air for yourself and your community? Do you want to promote clean energy in California? Do you want to build up your resume?
The CALPIRG “No on 23” campaign is hiring interns to help run the grassroots campaign to generate awareness, build support, and get out the youth to vote no on Prop 23.
Your internship will help right now to make an impact on your campus, in your community, and in your state by helping the environment and by supporting our clean energy economy.
Areas of focus will include media, grassroots outreach, coalitions, and more. Internships are unpaid and will last through Nov. 2nd. We are currently hiring, so take a look at our quick internship application on the “Internship Program” tab or apply here.
Welcome to CSU Long Beach’s “No on Prop 23” campaign blog & thanks for checking us out!
The mission of our campaign is to stop Prop 23 from passing on the ballot Nov. 2nd in California. Our state has led the nation in reducing global warming pollution and promoting clean energy solutions like wind and solar for years.
Unfortunately, two Texas oil companies, Valero and Tesoro, have spent millions of dollars into passing Proposition 23, the Dirty Energy Proposition, this November. This ballot measure would dismantle California’s landmark global warming law; resulting in more air pollution and stifling our clean energy economy.
So we’re going to make sure that thousands of students at Long Beach vote No on Prop 23. Because of our efforts, along with those on over 30 other campuses, we know we can win. There are a ton of ways to get involved from petitioning, to coordinating our social media efforts, to getting your friends to pledge no.
Thanks for coming by have a great day!