ABOUT THE ROLE
Track important bills/initiatives related to the San Diego City Council/Board of Supervisors
Potential responsibilities include:
Attending city council/board of supervisors meetings
Reviewing meeting minutes and recordings of previous city council/board of supervisors meetings
Reviewing and compiling list of related news articles and op-eds
Quantitative/Qualitative analysis of potential impact on youth (aged 15-24) and the community at large
Attend staff meetings
Collaborate with the Director of Advocacy to write policy briefs/position papers
Additional duties as assigned.
Experience & Education:
High school diploma required.
Current undergraduate students are preferred.
Previous experience in qualitative research is preferred.
Average 8 hours per week
$17.30 per hour
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
As a 501(c)(3) youth empowerment nonprofit, OTTA United is dedicated to building youth power (aged 15-24) in areas predominantly occupied by adults to benefit the community as a whole.
OTTA United values authenticity and passion. We play the role of coalition builders and mentors within our communities, sharing knowledge, resources, credit, and impact. And as a justice-oriented, impact-driven, and people-centered organization, our perspective grounds us with who we serve and the work we do while advancing our mission.