DRCNet is accepting resumes
from applicants for two jobs:
1) Campus Coordinator, full-time
position working on the campaign to repeal the HEA drug provision (http://www.RaiseYourVoice.com).
The ideal candidate will be a recently graduated college drug reform activist,
but others will be considered. This position will involve non-stop
high energy work contacting student organizations and student government
leaders around the country, as well as basic maintenance of the campaign
web site and database, speaking with campus media, tracking drug provision
impact data and other tasks.
2) Membership Coordinator,
an hourly position whose hours will vary but which will often tend toward
full-time. (Full-time may be an option now.) This position
involves data entry, credit card and check processing, generation of thank
you letters, ordering and shipping of membership premium items (e.g. books,
t-shirts), and related tasks. The membership coordinator must have
an exacting level of attention to accuracy and detail, and be reliable,
organized, consistent and available on a daily or near-daily basis.
This position will commence with training during the first week of 2003.
Please send resumes via e-mail
to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (202)
293-8344, attn: David Guard.
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Issue #270, 1/3/03
Editorial: Constitutional Inconveniences | Pressure for Change Mounts as Ontario Judge Rules Canadian Marijuana Possession Law Invalid 270/californiabudget Budget Crisis Forces California Governor to Consider Early Releases, Other Prison Measures | Prosecutors Enlist in Drug Czar's Anti-Marijuana Campaign -- Will Prioritize Marijuana Cases, Lobby Against Reform | Latin American Anti-Prohibition Conference, Feb. 12-15, Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico | Cumbre Internacional Sobre Legalización, 15-Dec Febrero, Mérida, México | Newsbrief: Connecticut Legislator to Reintroduce Medical Marijuana Bill | Newsbrief: Prosecutors Seize Bail Money, Claim Pot Smell -- A New Tactic? | Newsbrief: Louisiana Drug Raid Draws Protests | Newsbrief: France Looking to Heighten Marijuana Penalties | Newsbrief: NJ Weedman to Get Day in Federal Court After Months in Jail for Thought Crime | Newsbrief: This Week's Corrupt Cop Story | Newsbrief: Afghan Opium Farmers Drive Out Eradicators | Newsbrief: Ethiopian Farmers Turn to Khat in Face of Drought, Low Coffee Prices | DC Job Opportunities at DRCNet | The Reformer's Calendar
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