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Internship Opportunities with Local Candidate Tony Madalone

Posted on June 1, 2017

Tony Madalone, Cleveland entrepreneur and community advocate, is running for Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio. Madalone, known for his successful business, Fresh Brewed Tees, has long put the health and well-being of the people of Cleveland first and foremost, working tirelessly to bring jobs and opportunities to the community he loves. 

For too long he’s seen our local leaders happy to settle for mediocrity. He has vowed to refocus our city’s government on what really matters, our people. 

The Madalone For Mayor campaign is looking for driven individuals looking to make a difference in the city of Cleveland. Tony is a candidate for mayor offering a new mindset that includes innovative solutions to decade old problems. Whether you are a political science major or are just looking to get involved in the community, join Tony and help us change Cleveland. 

The internship positions will last from May 24th until September 12th. At this time, the internship will be unpaid, but there will be opportunities for advancement, including paid positions on the campaign. The campaign will work with students on anything necessary for students to receive internship credit.

Positions:

Campaign Interns: Tasks include helping out with the day to day activities of the campaign, including events, community outreach and other campaign related tasks.

Digital Media/Marketing Interns: Tasks include developing, delivering and promoting the campaign’s message on all social media and digital platforms.

For more information about Tony, please visit http://www.Tonymadalone.com or for more information on available positions, please contact brandon@tonymadalone.com

Please note that the Department of Political Science alerts our students to a range of opportunities, including internships, fellowships, and jobs.  We do not endorse or sponsor these, and leave it to the judgment of our students what is most useful and appropriate to them.
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