February 22, 2024

Now Hiring: AF-DC Hub Director!

By: AF Editors

Looking to advance liberty in the D.C. area? Become the next America’s Future D.C. Hub Director!

You: Someone who loves spreading the ideas of liberty, is activist-minded, can lead others, is strategic, enjoys brainstorming and sharing ideas, knows how to build impactful and actionable events, and is an excellent networker. You have a strong commitment to the values of liberty and an eye for tangible ways others can take action to make your city better. You’re collaborative, humble, and communicative.

Us: We empower young people to be active, civil, and curious citizens who build freer communities that lead to fulfillment, dignity, and happiness for all. We’re working toward a time in America where young people collaborate to drive change in their communities – change that equips the individual to build a free and happy life. We offer opportunities for networking, mentoring, leadership, and community engagement through our national network and an extensive array of programming.

Hub Resources & Benefits:
– Access to a robust national network of like-minded friends, speakers, and opportunities.
– Regular coaching on grassroots skills from seasoned professionals.
– Connection with leaders in other cities for collaboration and support.
– Invitations to exclusive events and training to build your skills and your network.
– Become a social and thought leader in your city and state.
– Get paid to inspire rising leaders and concerned citizens to take action in solving problems.
– Attend AF’s annual leadership retreat in fun locations (all expenses paid).
– Be instrumental in developing AF’s national programming.

Hub Expectations:
– Organize and host two fun, actionable events and one Day of Action every month.
– Programming will include education on local issues, community building, and taking local action, but will never be partisan in nature.
– Outreach and recruitment will focus on 22 – 40 years old. All are welcome to attend AF events, but the target audience is young people in your community.
– Time commitment of approximately 15 hours/month. Some months may be more or less depending on the number of events and/or volunteers in your chapter.
– Recruit board members and volunteers to support the chapter and plan for sustained success.
– Submit regular program information, budget reporting, and updates to the AF national team.
– Build an annual Hub strategy around a Community Initiative with the Director of Community.
– Attend quarterly team meetings with the Director of Community.

Apply here! Questions? Contact Hannah Earl at [email protected].