"...strongly committed to Democratic ideals. All positions are unpaid.

From the Free Beacon:

Ted Strickland, a Democrat running for U.S. Senate, on Wednesday encouraged Ohioans to apply for the state Democratic Partys unpaid, often full-time summer fellowships, despite having made fair wages and a federal minimum wage increase a cornerstone of his campaign.

The Ohio Democratic Party, which is supporting Strickland in his campaign to unseat incumbent Sen. Rob Portman (R.), is currently soliciting applications for summer fellowships to help Democrats up and down the ticket win in the November election.

Individuals awarded the fellowships will be expected to commit to no less than six non-consecutive weeks of work over the course of the summer months. Candidates can apply for either a part-time fellowship, which would involve 12-15 hours per week, or a full-time fellowship, which would require a commitment of 40 hours per week.

Fellows will be responsible for organizing in communities across the state of Ohiorecruiting volunteers, registering and speaking with voters, attending political events, and helping maintain our database, the Ohio Democratic Party website explains.

The ideal Fellow must be energetic, efficient, well-organized and able to think on his/her feet. Fellows should be comfortable working with deadlines, multi-tasking, being part of a team, and handling high pressure situations. No experience is required, but Fellows should be strongly committed to Democratic ideals. All positions are unpaid.