Student Group Coordinator
Student Activist Coordinator
Student Activist Coordinators (SAC) are experienced organizers responsible for implementing and leading AIUSA’s student and youth activism in their assigned states and across the country. SACs work closely with staff and other member leaders, and work closely with assigned student chapters to implement AIUSA’s campaigns. The SAC program is a multi-year leadership development program with progressive skill development, responsibilities, and opportunities related to movement building and human rights campaigning. Applications open in March each year, and includes a written application and interview with a staff organizer. Experience with AIUSA is strongly preferred. The initial term is one year, beginning in June each year and running through the academic year.
Social Media Managers
The Youth Collective (YoCo) is a national youth leadership body that provides thought leadership, strategy, consultation, and guidance to AIUSA. YoCo is a group of young people aged from 15-24 from across the country who act as champions for youth engagement, inclusion, and participation, in order to build a bigger, bolder, and more inclusive human rights movement. Applications for the Youth Collective open in March each year, and includes a written application, group interview, and individual interview with current Youth Collective members and Youth & Student Program staff. Applicants should have one year experience with Amnesty International (one school year is sufficient). The YoCo term is for one year, beginning in June each year and running through the academic year.
Additional Member Leader Roles
Member Leaders are the backbone of AIUSA’s grassroots work to protect and defend human rights. In addition to the youth-specific roles listed above, there are many roles that may be a great fit for you. Many experienced Amnesty activists lead the organization as lobbying experts, issue and country experts, and more!