Black Women for Wellness is currently recruiting for temporary part time canvassers based out of our Sisters in Control Reproductive Justice Program (SCRJ) to speak with our community about Black women and girls health. Employment dates are from Nov 7 – Dec 12th 2015. Please send resume and very short (no more than three sentences) to Jom at

Walking Door to Door in specific Los Angeles County neighborhoods
Making phone calls ( phone banking) to community members about voting
Talking to community members about the importance of voting
Collecting voter pledge information
Registering people to vote
Light data entry

Able to walk short distances
Strong communication skills
Able to work unusual work hours, including weekends ( both Saturday and Sunday) and evenings.
Reliable transportation

Experience in community organizing or canvassing
Demonstrated ability to use independent judgment within the context of an overall plan and structure
Excellent communication skills in one-on-one and group settings
Good organizational and administrative skills
Willing and able to travel to appropriate work sites, and to work long and irregular work hours
Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation

Salary Range
$12.00 – $15.00 an hour depending on experience

About Black Women for Wellness
Black Women for Wellness is a non profit grassroots organization committed to the empowerment, health and well-being of Black women and girls through education, advocacy, outreach and research in California. Black Women for Wellness started as sisterfriends with the Birthing Project in Los Angeles in 1997. We began as a group of women concerned about the health and well-being of our babies. As grandmothers, mothers, aunts, daughters, and sisterfriends, we found we had no choice but to take on the plethora of health issues Black women encounter.

Black Women for Wellness is an equal opportunity employer.

Nourbese Flint