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Advocates for Youth will engage two Campus Co-Coordinators who, under the supervision of the Director of Abortion Access, will manage efforts to organize Washington students, support storytellers, and work with state-based partners to expand access to on-campus medication abortion in Washington. 

The Campus Co-Coordinators will work to identify key student leaders on each Washington public college campus, working closely with established campus groups and organizational chapters. Once identified, the Campus Co-Coordinators will create and lead statewide trainings for the student leaders, educating them on policy advocacy, campus organizing, and reproductive rights and justice. 

The Campus Co-Coordinators will also co-lead lawmaker education efforts in Washington, organizing multiple in-person and virtual opportunities for students to meet with their representatives to discuss medication abortion care on campus.


In collaboration with the other Campus Co-Coordinator and the Director of Abortion Access, you will:

    • Develop strategy to identify, engage, and mobilize Washington State public college student leaders to work to expand access to medication abortion on campus 
    • Identify student leaders on Washington state public campuses
    • Work in collaboration with Washington state partners on a growing campaign for medication abortion on campus by attending state coalition calls, planning coalition-wide actions, and assisting as needed with campaign
    • Create and execute in-person and virtual trainings for all student leaders on policy advocacy, youth organizing, and reproductive justice
    • Identify and support student abortion storytellers in sharing their abortion stories with legislators, the press, and on social media
    • Work with Advocates for Youth policy team on policy campaign materials such as one-pagers, story booklets, and other written information about medication abortion on campus policy for students and lawmakers
    • Lead strategy to engage campus leaders in support of abortion on campus including University administrators, faculty and faculty associations, student government associations, and alumni groups
    • Work with the Advocates for Youth communications team to work with students to place op-eds and articles in on-campus publications
    • In collaboration with student leaders, co-create social media content on medication abortion on campus on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok


    • Must be currently located in Washington
    • Prior experience with youth advocacy and policy campaign experience within the state of Washington (does not have to be in a paid capacity.)
    • Demonstrated interest in abortion access and demonstrated knowledge of state legislative processes and policy issues surrounding young people’s abortion access at the state level. 
    • Familiarity with the Washington legislative process.
    • Familiarity with the Washington public university system. Being a current student or alum is a plus.
    • Ability to digest large amounts of information quickly and turn it into concise, user-friendly materials for state partners, legislators, and youth. 
    • Ability to link public policy with grassroots organizing and communications’ strategies. 
    • Must be a self-starter, able to prioritize and meet tight deadlines. 
    • Strong racial justice analysis and a deep commitment to the tenets of reproductive justice. 
    • Commitment to youth activism and leadership is essential.
    • A demonstrated capacity to work with a diverse group.
    • A commitment to Advocates for Youth’s mission, values, and goals required.
    • Demonstrated commitment to young people’s sexual and reproductive health and rights including abortion access, LGBTQ health and rights, and HIV prevention and treatment, among others.
    • Having a car to easily travel between impacted campuses is a plus but not required. Gas and other travel related expenses will be reimbursed.
    • Spanish language competency is a plus


This is a part-time (5-20 hours per week depending on key moments in the campaign) consultancy for a three month period from April 2024 to June 2024 with a possibility of extension to June 2025.

Starting in April 2024  and through June 2024 with the possibility of extension to June 2025, Advocates for Youth will provide a $2,500/month stipend based upon completion of work and deliverables. This consultancy does not include benefits. Advocates will issue consultants a Form 1099 for each tax year. 


This position will require the candidate to be based anywhere in the state of Washington. The position involves virtual work and travel throughout the state (following local COVID-19 guidelines).

START DATE: April 1st, 2024

To apply, interested consultants should submit this form by March 31, 2024. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. No telephone calls or email inquiries, please.

Advocates for Youth is an equal Opportunity/Americans with Disabilities Act employer. People of color and people who have had abortions are strongly encouraged to apply.

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