Your Civic Engagement Can Raise Funds for HandsOn Suburban Chicago
Civic engagement and community service make up the core of what HOSC does. Always striving to connect people with purpose, we are partnering with the Cook County Clerk's Office to help recruit paid poll workers for the upcoming election on November 6th. HOSC will receive $25 for every election judge and equipment manager we recruit. The pay for election judges has increased from $190 to $200, and equipment managers make $340!
This is a unique opportunity to learn about the election process, strengthen local democracy, get paid for your service, and raise funds for the agency you count on to deliver meaningful volunteer opportunities to your inbox!
Our democracy depends on good people like you to assist fellow citizens in casting their ballots and having their voices heard. Click here today to determine your eligibility and express interest. Those who are eligible will receive an official application via email.
High school juniors and seniors are encouraged to apply too!
To qualify as a student election judge, you must:
- Be a high school senior or junior
- Maintain at least a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale
- Be a U.S. citizen by the next election
- Able to speak, read and write English fluently
- Successfully complete an election judge training course conducted by the Clerk's office
- Have written consent from your principal and a parent or legal guardian. Pending school policy, this signed consent will excuse students from attending school on Election Day
- Reside in Cook County
Please tell your friends about this opportunity!