Hey — We’re not just celebrating Black History Month at NDTC, we’re focused on doing our part to center Black voices in our live training programs all month long.
This month’s special Black History Month edition of our NDTC Expert Q&A is focused on just that: Empowering Your Job Search.
This panel program will feature three Black Democratic strategists to discuss job-seeking in the political sphere as a Black job candidate: Nashville School Board Member Cheryl D. Mayes, Texas Democratic Party Executive Director Jamarr Brown, and Managing Director of Communications for Memphis Public Schools Jasmine Worles!
Get your questions answered directly from our panel on Thursday, February 16, moderated by NDTC Staff Academy Associate Director Jemila Mitchell! RSVP using the button below:
It’s incredibly important, and central to our mission, to build the bench for future generations of Democrats – in whatever role they take.
But what exactly does that mean?
It means drawing upon the expertise and diversity of experiences each and every person brings to the table, especially as a job candidate. For Black job seekers in Democratic spaces, it can be especially challenging to make your way into networks and organizations because of institutional racism in politics.
At NDTC, we believe it’s vital that those who may have been volunteers or never worked in politics have the same access to the tools and expertise as seasoned veterans.
So let our experts help you navigate the world of political jobs with confidence.
—The NDTC Live Training Team
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