Fashion Revolution USA is recruiting Regional Coordinators and City Leads.

Since Fashion Revolution started, people from all over the world have used their voice and their power to tell brands that things must change. And it’s working.

At Fashion Revolution, we believe every individual can play a role in transforming the fashion industry, and that every voice matters in the global movement calling for a fairer, safer, cleaner, more transparent fashion industry. By joining Fashion Revolution USA’s team as a Regional Coordinator, City Lead, Student Ambassador or advocate you’ll get to join a network of like-minded individuals, make local and global connections, and take a leadership role in your community to educate, influence, and make a real impact on the future of fashion.

We are designers, academics, writers, business leaders, policymakers, brands, retailers, marketers, producers, makers, workers and fashion lovers. We are the industry and we are the public. We are world citizens. We are you. We welcome all to join us on this journey!

As an leader in our FRUSA network, you get:

  • To be a part of a growing community of changemakers, across the US and the globe, who are actively transforming the fashion industry
  • Tools and resources to become a leader in your community -- including toolkits, courses, and other learning opportunities
  • Opportunity to launch an idea, event, campaign, research, blog post, policy / advocacy support or other creative activity to advance the movement with support and collaboration from the community
  • Exploration of career opportunities and peer mentorship network to learn and grow your skills as a leader in the movement

Excited to get involved? Read more about the open roles and opportunities available across the country below and lead an event, activity or campaign during our annual Fashion Revolution Week campaign in your region or city.

** Applicants must be over 18 to apply. If you are not over 18 and would still like to be involved, consider joining Fashion Revolution Student Ambassadors - click here to apply

REGIONAL COORDINATOR, ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Regional Coordinators (RCs) are the FRUSA point of contact for each region throughout the United States. Regional Coordinators are invited to attend Community Calls led by FRUSA and facilitate check-ins with their city leaders and advocates (volunteers) to be cohesive in our collective actions. RCs will encourage and activate leaders across the country on various campaigns, events, and the sharing tools and resources; including driving momentum and activities around our most critical campaign each year, Fashion Revolution Week (FR Week).
Read more on Fashion Revolution Week here.

Commitments/Activities:

  • Attend monthly RC calls lead by FRUSA for updates, learning opportunities, and sharing tools / resources (Monthly starting in Jan leading up to FRWeek, Quarterly after that)
  • Personally host two events or activities per year - One Regional “Official Fashion Revolution Week” event and other activity of your choice
  • Encourage/Support multiple events or activities in your region during FRWeek (Goal # of events decided by the RC according to their region)
  • Lead regional participation in one campaign outside of FRWeek (Ex: International Women’s Day, Black Friday, Vote4Fashion Campaign, MakeSmthng Week)
  • Collect and coordinates local and regional data and logistics on FRWeek participants, events, etc. to report on impact
  • Welcome, encourage, and guide interested individuals in their region to participate in FR Week as event hosts, volunteers, or other opportunities
  • Coordinates with Student Ambassador Coordinators to connect Student Ambassadors in their regions
  • Minimum 2-year term. Extensions are welcomed!

To learn more about events and activities, read about the best of Fashion Revolution Week in the Midwest, East Coast, and West Coast.

CITY LEADS, ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

City Leads are volunteers that work closely with their regional coordinator to provide support and coordination among the volunteers and lead events and activations in their city. City Leads are chosen by the regional coordinator with input from other leaders and FRUSA. City Leads commit to participate in Fashion Revolution Week (FR Week) each year, but are encouraged to stay involved in year-round activities.

Commitments/Activities:

  • Attend monthly Community Calls (Jan - April) lead by FRUSA for updates, learning opportunities, and sharing tools / resources for FRWeek
  • Host one event or activity during FR Week
  • Encouraged, but not required, to participate in one campaign outside of FRWeek (Ex: International Women’s Day, Black Friday, Vote4Fashion Campaign, MakeSmthng Week)
  • Minimum 1-year term. Extensions are welcomed!

STUDENT AMBASSADORS: 

Are you a university student looking to bring Fashion Revolution to your campus? Fill out this form here to get involved as a Student Ambassador.

Don’t see your city on the list but still interested in being a part of the movement as a volunteer? We want to hear from you. Fill out the form below and let us know more about you!

REGIONAL OVERVIEW:

Regional Coordinators coverage is loosely based on the US Census, yet individualized by the knowledge of our current Coordinators and activity levels in specific regions/cities.

Regional Coordinators also support larger metropolitan cities underneath their areas of coverage, but are encouraged to identify and give leadership to City Leads to activate events and campaigns in those areas with larger populations and activity.

Calling all Fashion Revolutionaries in the following areas and cities:

Regions Open:

Mid Atlantic (Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Delaware, DC, Pennsylvania)

Rocky Mountain (Idaho, Colorado, Montana, Wyoming)

Greater Pacific (Washington, Oregon, California, Hawaii, Alaska)

Puerto Rico

Welcome representation of any Native nations and reservations that share US geography.

Cities Open:

  • Boston
  • Minneapolis / St. Paul
  • Chicago
  • Nashville
  • Louisville
  • Detroit
  • Denver
  • San Francisco, West Coast
  • Seattle
  • Portland
  • Austin
  • Miami
  • Atlanta
  • Philadelphia
  • Dallas

Time Commitment / Timeline:

Deadline to apply: December 6th
Interviews: Dec 12 - 18th
Notification of roles: Dec 28th
Kick off virtual retreat: mid-January 2021

January 2021 - April 2021 (Fashion Revolution Week)

  • Monthly Community Calls
  • 8 - 10 hours per month

May 2021 - December 2021

  • Monthly Community Calls (optional)
  • 4 - 6 hours per month, depending on campaign interest

Please fill out this application form by December 6th, 2021. If you have any questions, issues with the form, or any barriers to application please contact USA@FashionRevolution.org.

Fashion Revolution USA is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, volunteers, and community.

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