Signature-Gathering Jobs Available with DC Campaign to Legalize Marijuana

Join a Team That Will Make History in Washington, DC by Legalizing Marijuana

The DC Cannabis Campaign, Yes on Initiative 71, Needs Signature Gatherers Immediately.

Enjoy the spring weather in DC while making a living wage.

20 Positions Available -- May 6, 2014

Candidates are expected to collect at least 100 complete signatures per seven hours of work and maintain a valid signature rate of 30% or better. Candidates will need to wear neat street clothing, and work outdoors in all weather conditions collecting signatures. There is a lot of walking or standing required. It is a must candidates are outgoing enough to ask strangers if they are a DC Registered Voter and if they will sign the petition to legalize small amounts of marijuana. Non-DC residents will need to have a valid ID from out of state taken to the DCBOEE at 441 4th Street 2nd floor to become qualified signature collectors. The position is available to US citizens only. Long term opportunities are possible for top signature gatherers. Transportation inside Washington, DC is reimbursable.

Positions end July 6! Send reasons why you want legalize marijuana and your contact info to [email protected], or come by the office at 2448 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008, seven days per week, 9:30am to 6:00pm, and tell campaign organizers in person why you want a job and why you want to legalize marijuana. Call (202) 733-4640 if you have questions. (Volunteer signature-gatherers are also needed.)

Note: Candidates must collect minimums and maintain valid rates. Candidates who fail to make minimums of ten hours or 150 signatures per week with a valid rate of 30% or higher will have their contracts terminated.

Washington, DC
United States
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