Tag: Advocacy

The How and Why of Getting Involved – ASBA – October 20th

| October 5, 2015
The How and Why of Getting Involved – ASBA – October 20th

Join CCC&Y for a presentation from Arizona School Board’s Association to discuss: How this budget and legislative session impacts kids and their neighborhood schools and how YOU can get involved right at home. Geoff Esposito, ASBA Government Relations Analyst, returns to Flagstaff to share insights on the legislature and how their decisions are impacting schools and students. Participants […]

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The How and Why of Getting Involved – ASBA – October 20th

| September 28, 2015
The How and Why of Getting Involved – ASBA – October 20th

Join CCC&Y for a presentation from Arizona School Board’s Association to discuss: How this budget and legislative session impacts kids and their neighborhood schools and how YOU can get involved right at home. Geoff Esposito, ASBA Government Relations Analyst, returns to Flagstaff to share insights on the legislature and how their decisions are impacting schools and students. Participants […]

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Release of Legislators 2015 Voting Records – See their positions

| September 14, 2015
Release of Legislators 2015 Voting Records – See their positions

ASBA’s sister organization, Friends of Arizona School Boards Association, has once again released their yearly voting records and district demographic data. View this post for a link to the 2015 voting records!

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Sign up for the Az Legislature’s Request to Speak System – Engage and Act from Anywhere!

| December 17, 2014
Sign up for the Az Legislature’s Request to Speak System – Engage and Act from Anywhere!

If you missed CCC&Y’s recent Simplifying Advocacy Training with Geoff Esposito, Government Relations Analyst with Arizona School Board’s Association, there is still an opportunity for you to have an impact at the legislature for the 2015 Legislative Session. You can SUBMIT THIS FORM to comment on bills and influence decisions being made at the capital […]

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LAST CALL! A Discussion and Q & A on the NEW Department of Child Safety (DCS) – November 20th

| November 16, 2014
LAST CALL! A Discussion and Q & A on the NEW Department of Child Safety (DCS) – November 20th

Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth (CCC&Y) presents: A Discussion and Q & A on the NEW Department of Child Safety (DCS) There is still time to RSVP for DCS Director, Charles Flanagan, who will be in Flagstaff this Thursday, November 20th! Mr. Flanagan served as the Chair of the Governor’s independent Child Advocate Response Evaluation […]

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LAST CALL! A Discussion and Q & A on the NEW Department of Child Safety (DCS) – November 20th

| November 10, 2014
LAST CALL! A Discussion and Q & A on the NEW Department of Child Safety (DCS) – November 20th

Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth (CCC&Y) presents: A Discussion and Q & A on the NEW Department of Child Safety (DCS) There is still time to RSVP for DCS Director, Charles Flanagan, who will be in Flagstaff this Thursday, November 20th! Mr. Flanagan served as the Chair of the Governor’s independent Child Advocate Response Evaluation […]

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

| November 10, 2014
Strengthen Your Experience Working With Elected Officials – Workshop Open to ALL – November 18th

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 […]

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

| November 3, 2014
Strengthen Your Experience Working With Elected Officials – Workshop Open to ALL – November 18th

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 […]

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Children are on the Ballot – A MUST Read

| November 3, 2014
Children are on the Ballot – A MUST Read

Bruce Lesley, President, First Focus & First Focus Campaign for Children Children Are On the Ballot Children do not vote. And, they do not have Super PACs that contribute money to political campaigns. As a result, they count on us to be their voices with policymakers at the federal, state, and local levels of government. […]

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REMINDER TO RSVP! A Discussion and Q & A on the NEW Department of Child Safety (DCS) – November 20th

| November 3, 2014
REMINDER TO RSVP! A Discussion and Q & A on the NEW Department of Child Safety (DCS) – November 20th

Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth (CCC&Y) presents: A Discussion and Q & A on the NEW Department of Child Safety (DCS) DCS Director, Charles Flanagan, is coming to Flagstaff! Mr. Flanagan served as the Chair of the Governor’s independent Child Advocate Response Evaluation (CARE) Team prior to his appointment as the Director of DCS. The […]

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