The Latino Voters League is Hiring Phone Bankers/Canvassers
The Latino Voters League has endorsed Prop. 38 and is looking for individuals who can work in the San Jose area.
Suggested qualifications for phone bankers and canvassers:
• Ability to work in San Jose area
• Bilingual in English and Spanish
• Some college
• Have valid CA Drivers license
• Have access to car
• Willing to work evenings and weekends
• Enjoy talking to people
Hiring and training of first group of employees will occur as soon as possible. Phone bankers and canvassers will work Tuesday-Friday from 3:00-8:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. $10/hr. If you meet the qualifications and are interested please call Bea Mendez at (909) 702-5117.
About the LVL Pro-Prop 38 Campaign:
The Latino Voters League has endorsed Proposition 38 and is launching a campaign to mobilize the Latino vote for Prop. 38. If successful Prop. 38 will generate tens of billions of dollars for public education over the next decade, restoring public education funding levels to pre-cut levels while simultaneously reducing our state deficit. Prop. 38 dramatically benefits our youth who comprise the majority of all California public education students.
About the Latino Voters League:
The Latino Voters League is a nonpartisan 501c4 organization created in 2005 by the leadership of the William C. Velasquez Insitute in order to enhance Latino participation in legislative advocacy and ballot meaures. Donations to LVL are not tax-deductible.