Here is your weekly update of Wisconsin Voices Table Partners’:
Events and Announcements
- Common Cause – Free Rides to the Polls
- Milwaukee County Center Street Library – Get Out the Vote!
- Milwaukee Riverkeeper: A Flowing Tradition Annual Member Gathering
- Art Literature Laboratory Hosts: Women Against Hate United by Love
- Disability Rights Wisconsin – Victim Advocacy Program
- Art Literature Laboratory October Events
- High School Voter Education and Registration Events and Programs
- Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition Survey
- Milwaukee Fatherhood Initiative – 2018 Fatherhood Summit
- Muslim Women United for Peace and
We Are Many United Against Hate – Free Seminar
- Race to Lead: Confronting the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap
- League of Women Voters – Voter Guide and Volunteers Needed
- Milwaukee Water Commons – Upcoming Event
- The Progressive Media Project – Workshops
- Public Interest Network
- All Voting is Local is Hiring
- Milwaukee Turners is Hiring
- Wisconsin League of Women Voters is Hiring
Common Cause – Free Rides to the Polls
Common Cause in Wisconsin today proudly unveils its 2018 statewide list of FREE rides to the polls for the midterm election.
Click here for more information.
Milwaukee County Center Street Library – Get Out The Vote!
A Flowing Tradition: Annual Member Gathering
Thursday, November 8, 2018
5:30pm – 7:30pm | UWM School of Freshwater Sciences
Click here to register!
Milwaukee Riverkeeper has made huge progress in the last year. We championed the removal of the Estabrook Dam, led the most expansive Spring Cleanup ever, moved our office space to the School of Freshwater Science, and much, much more! Join in as we share updates on our thriving programs and discuss future plans. Tours of our new space at the UWM School of Freshwater Sciences will happen frequently during the event.
Mingle with your fellow river lovers, hear from the Milwaukee Riverkeeper crew yourself, and celebrate this year’s successes at our Annual Member Gathering!
5:30 PM – Mingling
6:15 PM – Program Showcase
6:45 PM – Cocktail Hour Cash bar and appetizers provided.
The event is FREE . All river lovers are welcome, you do NOT need to be a member to attend.
Art Literature Laboratory hosts: Women Against Hate United by Love
Disability Rights Wisconsin – Victim Advocacy Program
For more information about DRW’s Victim Advocacy Program, please visit our website or call 800.928.8778.
Art Literature Laboratory October Events
High School Voter Education and Registration Events and Programs
Please RSVP ASAP to the event coordinator identified with each date and shift/s listed below. (Signups are on a first come basis.)
Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition
Did you vote on August 14, 2018? Whether you voted or did not, the Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition wants to hear from you? Please share your experiences by taking our survey! Your voice counts!
Take our short survey here. The results of this survey will help coalition members and organizations have a clearer picture of what the accessibility issues are for Wisconsin voters with disabilities and how they feel about their voting experiences.
Milwaukee Fatherhood Initiative – 2018 Fatherhood Summit
WE ARE RISING! “Uplifting Our Communities through Our Fathers”
Keynote Speaker: David Banner
When: October 5 – October 6
Where: Greater New Birth Christian Campus | 8237 W. Silver Spring Dr., Milwaukee, WI 53218
Time: Friday, 7:30am – 4:30pm | Saturday, 7:30am – 12:00 Noon
Services offered: Employment opportunities, Driver’s License recovery assessment, Job training, Child Support case reviews, and much more.
Pre-register at: www.milwaukeefatherhood.org or www.cr-sdc.org
Muslim Women United for Peace and We Are Many United Against Hate
Host: Demystifying Muslims and Islam
When: October 7, 2018
Where: Union South | 1308 W. Dayton, Madison • Varsity Hall (2nd Floor)
Time: 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM • Door Opens 1:00PM
Click here for more information.
Race to Lead: Confronting the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap
Two energy-charged sessions on Race to Lead and Service and Social Change.
Wednesday, October 24
8:30am-11:30am | Confronting the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap
Marquette University Alumni Memorial Union | 15th & Wells Street (Enter on Wells)
1:30pm – 4:30pm | Service and Social Change
Marquette University Sensenbrenner Hall | 11th & Wisconsin Ave (Enter on Wisconsin)
$30.00 per person
Click here for more information and to register.
League of Women Voters – Voter Guide
The League’s fall voter guide is now available. We have information on all the statewide candidates through state assembly. To access the guide, go to vote411.org and enter your address. Click here for something to share with others.
Help the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin monitor the Nov 6th election. We are seeking volunteers to be trained as Election Observers and placed in polling places in specific areas around the state. We will do our best to assign you to a location near your home.
For the Nov 6th election we are focusing the Election Observation Program in three areas:
- to be sure there is no disenfranchisement
- to monitor the voter experience – including registration and showing ID
- to track any problems that can be fixed for future elections
You don’t need to be a League member to volunteer for this — although we’d love to have you join us! Learn more and sign up to volunteer at: https://my.lwv.org/
Contact LWV WI Voter Education Coordinator, Eileen Newcomer, at electionobservation@lwvwi.
Milwaukee Water Commons – Upcoming Event
At RedLine Milwaukee
Exhibition will run through Oct. 6th
We are very excited to sponsor Water Works, an art exhibition that considers what we demand of water and questions whether we adequately care for and celebrate this life-sustaining resource. Curated by our artist-in-residence, Melanie Ariens, this gallery opening and ongoing exhibit is a good reminder of the power that lies at the intersection of environmental activism and art.
The Progressive Media Project – Workshops
The Progressive Media Project, with the support of the BRICO Fund, is once again offering six FREE full day op-ed writing workshops this fall throughout WI:
- Friday, October 5 – Janesville | Basics Cooperative Natural Foods- Register
- Friday, October 12 – Shawano | Shawano Community Middle School- Register
- Friday, November 2 – La Crosse | Ho-Chunk Nation Three Rivers House- Register
- Friday, November 9 – Stevens Point | Portage County Public Library- Register
- Friday, December 7 – Milwaukee | Wisconsin Voices- Register
Public Interest Network is Hiring
The Public Interest Network is home to more than 16 organizations, including PIRG, Environment America and the National Environmental Law Center. Each of our groups has its own mission, whether it’s environmental litigation, consumer advocacy, research or training new organizers.
As a Donor Development Associate you’ll be part of a team that is building people power by deepening the financial and political support of our members. Our Donor Associates are responsible for developing a plan and outreach strategy to broaden the base of support for many groups within the Public Interest Network including Environment America and U.S. PIRG.
For more information, click here.
All Voting is Local is Hiring
All Voting is Local is looking for full-time and part-time Voting Rights Fellows for September through December 2018. All Voting is Local works with volunteers, voters and organizations across the state to help voters vote by solving problems before voters get to the polls. Click here for more information.
Please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with your last name and Voting Rights Fellow in the subject line. Please include whether you are applying for full or part time work. If you are a student, please also include if your prefer to school credit or stipend.
Milwaukee Turners, Inc. is Hiring
The Milwaukee Turners seeks an energetic and visionary leader who will help take our organization forward in a changing environment. The Turners’ motto “A Sound Mind in a Sound Body” has shaped the activity in Turner Hall, a National Historic Landmark. Today we offer a rare blend of programming for our members and a diverse community. The future offers an opportunity to build on our past and re-establish Turner Hall as a progressive contemporary community asset in the heart of Milwaukee.
Applications will be reviewed beginning October 22, 2018 and will be accepted until the position is filled. Candidates must send a cover letter, resume and writing sample. Applications are confidential. Finalists will provide references.
Send applications, including attachments to: email@example.com
Wisconsin League of Women Voters is Hiring
League of Women Voters is hiring a Communications Manager to focus on internal communications.
The position would be focusing less on social media/pitching reporters/writing releases and more on member communications, customer service, and support for our state and local chapters.
Webinars, Trainings and Quizzes
- Data and Tools Compliance: https://goo.gl/
- VAN 101: https://goo.gl/forms/
- VAN 102: https://goo.gl/forms/
- VAN 103: https://goo.gl/forms/
- MyCampaign Basics: https://goo.gl/forms/
- Data Entry: https://goo.gl/forms/
- Reporting: https://goo.gl/
- Virtual Phone Bank: https://goo.gl/forms/
Upcoming Training WebinarsData and Compliance
- Tuesday, 10/2 4 pm – 5 pm EST
- Thursday, 10/25 1 pm – 2 pm EST
- Thursday, 10/4 1 pm – 2 pm EST
- Monday, 10/22 1 pm – 2 pm EST
Virtual Phone Bank
- Thursday, 10/18 1 pm – 2 pm EST
- Wednesday, 10/3 1 pm – 2 pm EST
- Monday, 10/15 1 pm – 2 pm EST
Reporting in VAN
- Wednesday, 10/17 1 pm – 2 pm EST
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