Looking to work in the pro-life movement? Joining the Protect Life Michigan is a great way to serve, with an innovative approach to changing hearts and saving lives.


There are currently 3 open positions for Campus Coordinators
in various regions throughout the state.


Campus Coordinator


Job Purpose

A Protect Life Michigan (PLM) Campus Coordinator carries out the mission of PLM by working one-on-one with campus groups and pro-life students. The Campus Coordinator’s purpose is to develop pro-life students into leaders in the pro-life movement through mentorship, coaching, and service. The Campus Coordinator will work in a designated area of the state (to be determined by the individual's location) and, when needed, travel statewide to assist students in other regions. Campus Coordinators report to the Director of Campus Outreach.

This is a full-time position that requires support raising.


Duties and Responsibilities


Recruit: The Campus Coordinator will assist student leaders in creating and growing Protect Life groups across Michigan.

Examples of this include:

  • Regularly visit Protect Life campus meetings and events.

  • Clipboard, table, and present on campus.

  • Attend pro-life community and church events.


Equip: The Campus Coordinator will seek to equip pro-life students to better communicate the

pro-life message in a loving and persuasive way.

Examples of this include:

  • Conduct trainings and workshops on campus.

  • Help plan and facilitate large-scale conferences, outreaches, and events.

  • Write, review, and distribute resources to students and the pro-life movement.


Network: The Campus Coordinator will work to create an environment of collaboration and unity

between students and the pro-life movement.

Examples of this include:

  • Host team building events and activities.

  • Serve as a liaison between student groups and other pro-life organizations.

  • Actively encourage students to pursue full-time work in the pro-life movement.



Qualifications include:

  • Commitment to the pro-life movement and the mission of Protect Life Michigan.

  • Ability to commit to joining the team for at least one year.

  • Passionate and positive view of support-raising and/or fundraising, experience preferred.

  • Ability to effectively communicate in person, and in writing, including public speaking.

  • A positive attitude, attention to detail, and ability to organize effectively.

  • Valid driver’s license and the ability to travel.

  • Flexible work schedule, and the ability to work nights/weekends as necessary.

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Applications.

  • Must be a self-starter with the ability to work independently and productively.

  • Experience in a campus pro-life group is preferred. 



  • Protect Michigan is a support-raising organization. The salary and all expenses associated with this position will be fundraised by the candidate. Protect Life Michigan will provide training and coaching in order to help the candidate reach full support. We have an excellent track record of helping job candidates reach full support. All applicants must be supportive of this approach and open to engaging in it.

  • Salary and benefits determined by the needs of the individual, commensurate with education and experience.

  • Ample paid vacation time, holidays and sick days.

  • Flexible schedule and ability to work from home.


If interested, please send cover letter, resume, and references to Jessi Corson 


Protect Life Michigan
P.O. Box 23042
Lansing, MI 48909


Tel: 616-294-8348



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