Welcome! Congratulations on running for office, and thanks for being a part of the Campaign Greenhouse pilot year.
Until we have a sleek and sexy custom dashboard and app built, we’re running the Greenhouse on a set of very cool web tools. We appreciate your patience and your feedback as we move through this pilot phase. We’re looking forward to working with you!
How to run a Greenhouse Campaign
1. Every week, find assignments, tools and resources in your campaign’s Google Drive folder. Set aside a few hours each week to work through the material. In each week’s folder, you’ll find a to-do list with content and links. As you fill out your weekly report every week you’ll receive pods of content hand-chosen especially for your campaign. Pods are designed to be applicable to many campaigns, but are chosen at the right moment for you based on the information you provide in your weekly report. You’ll need to log into Google Drive with your very own @CampaignGreenhouse.com email address which you received during your intake interview.
2. Find your cohort and your coach on the Cohort Directory. Fill out your profile, find out who else is in your cohort, and check the date, time, and access information for your cohort meeting. Each week your coach plans and builds your meeting based on the information in your weekly report, so make sure you complete the report by the deadline: 11 PM EST on Sundays.
3. Connect 24/7 with experts on Slack. This is where we’re building a community of national and local political experts to support you as you run. Check in regularly for featured experts and topics, and to see what questions and challenges other campaigns are facing. You have automated access with your @CampaignGreenhouse email address. Sign up here.
Note: Must be logged in to Google and Slack with @CampaignGreenhouse.com account.
File Cabinet: Your campaign’s own weekly content, tools & resources, plans, notes and actuals.
Fill out Weekly Report: Due Sundays at 11pm Eastern.
Find People & Resources: Directories for Greenhouse experts, consultants & vendors as well as your own cohort and coach.
Engage in Community: Slack, our archived online chat tool.