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30561 The Power of a Citizen Advocate   NEW!

In this course, participants will learn how to leverage their power as a citizen to influence public policy and lawmakers. Participants will learn the difference between decision-maker advocacy, person-to-person advocacy, and media advocacy, and how to be an effective citizen advocate. The course will also discuss tips for building relationships with elected officials.

 

Schedule: 1 session, Tuesday, Mar. 26, 10:00-11:30 am, AARP, Conference Center, Minneapolis
Course Leader(s): Erin Parrish
Use following link for map of location: AARP Center
Seats Left: 14    Course Fee: $0.00
 

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