Solidarity Strategies is built on lasting relationships

In 2009, Chuck Rocha founded Solidarity Strategies to build campaigns for labor, environmental and progressive groups. He brought together consultants and campaign professionals who he had come to respect and trust over his two decade-long career with organized labor. Our partners have worked together on projects in Democratic and progressive politics, and bring with them networks that reach from Texas to California, Wisconsin to Missouri, and New York to Washington, D.C. We value our relationships with each other and aim to create the same lasting relationships with all of our clients.

Solidarity Strategies was founded on the premise that we work better together

We have seen the benefits of collective action, we understand the power of unity in enacting change, and we share the belief that our communities are stronger when workers are empowered. In fact, our founder has been a union member since the age of nineteen, and all Solidarity employees are members of the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400.

We measure success in wins and losses – not in retainers and consulting fees

Solidarity Strategies works with candidates and organizations that fight to better the lives of working families, protect the environment, and stand up for equality and civil rights. When our clients succeed, we all win.

Current Opportunities for Solidarity Strategies

Solidarity Strategies: Political Intern/Fellow (Spring 2015)

Opportunity Type: Internship
Application Deadline: As soon as possible
Description: Solidarity Strategies is looking for a high energy, smart, productive intern/fellow, interested in gaining hands on, practical political experience. Interns /fellows will directly assist senior staff in designing campaign programs for labor unions, progressive organizations and targeted campaigns. DUTIES/JOB DESCRIPTION: The internship or fellowship will offer students a structured experience working one-on-one with senior staff. Interns will learn to analyze key political issues and articulate solutions to the pressing problems of the day. We hope that our interns/fellows will learn that participation in the democratic process yields results. Though responsibilities vary, most interns will work on: Assisting with campaign planning, research and targeting of upcoming 2015-2016 races Helping to coordinate political activity in targeted states Assisting supervisor with preparation for meetings and events Working at trainings, meetings and events with senior staff on behalf of clients General office support Tracking and organizing grassroots efforts with a focus on connecting individual citizens to coalition members

HOW TO APPLY: Interested candidates should email a cover letter explaining your qualifications and interest in the position, as well as a resume and writing sample (no more than 2 pages) to Sonia ( or call 202-962-7245

Contact Information

Solidarity Strategies
1090 Vermont Ave. N.W., Ste 300
Washington, DC 20005