Draft Beto is a national political organization working to build the early grassroots infrastructure for Beto O'Rourke's eventual Presidential campaign.
That's why we're organizing Students for Beto groups on campuses across the country.
Our team is looking for qualified and passionate students to serve as Campus Ambassadors and represent Students for Beto at their schools.
Interested students can sign up here to become Campus Ambassadors.
Our viral video for Beto
Organize Students for Beto group on your campus.
Serve as local point person and representative for Students for Beto.
Recruit students to join and participate in organization.
Establish and manage social media presence for group.
Connect with campus and local reporters.
Host launch event and monthly meetings.
Campus Ambassadors can expect to work between 5-10 hours a week, though there are opportunities for leadership roles for those seeking take on more.
While there is no previous experience required, applicants should be enthusiastic about Beto, passionate about progressive politics, and eager to gain experience in politics, grassroots organizing, and campaigns. Ideal applicants are self-motivated, driven, organized, and eager to get their foot in the door of the campaign world.
Applicants must be current undergraduate or graduate students and have a valid student email.
*Students who successfully serve as a Campus Ambassador will be well positioned for roles with Beto's eventual Presidential campaign.
Draft Beto was founded shortly after the 2018 elections by former Beto and Obama campaign staffers and prominent progressive activists, social media influencers, and political consultants.
Our goal is to build the early grassroots, political, and financial infrastructure for Beto's eventual Presidential campaign. As soon as Beto announces his campaign for President we plan to transfer everything we've built to his team.
Our team has recruited thousands of volunteers from across the country, organized dozens of house parties, released a viral ad that's received over 630k views, and raised $30,000 for Beto in grassroots donations.