Strengthen Your Experience Working With Elected Officials – Workshop Open to ALL – November 18th

| November 10, 2014

This training is for ANYONE who is interested in contacting the legislature from the convenience of their home, office, or anywhere, no matter the topic or issue.   During the next legislative session we want you to be a part of the democratic process.

We’re so close to this election being over, but whoever wins we can be sure there’s going to be a lot of new faces at the capitol. There are no incumbents left running for the major statewide races, and the legislature is going to have some major turnover.

To prepare, ASBA has begun work to partner with groups interested in strengthening their experience working with elected officials. That’s why the Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth (CCC&Y) is presenting a training on simplifying advocacy. The training will take place on Tuesday, November 18th from Noon to 1:30 PM.

This completely non – partisan training is open to ALL community members who want to learn how to have an impact at the capitol from their home. This is an important skill and resource for any issue that is important to you.

This Advocacy Training will give you:

  • An overview of the legislative process, advocacy examples, and the tools ASBA provides
  • A step by step run through of the “Request to Speak” system on azleg.gov and how to register to use this resource
  • Community mapping and Q&A

This training is free and open to the public, and is located at the Flagstaff Family Resource Center, 4000 North Cummings Street (Across from the mall in the old Christensen School).

Please RSVP to jennifer@coconinokids.org, and feel free to share this flyer.

If you would like ASBA to provide this training in your area, please contact me at gesposito@azsba.org

For Flyer, CLICK HERE.

 

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