Americans for Prosperity Foundation Activist Training at the PLC
Join Americans for Prosperity Foundation at the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference this week March 23-24 in Camp Hill. The PLC remains the signature event of the Pennsylvania Leadership Council. The conference is a two-day issues forum that brings together activists from across the Commonwealth to share ideas, network, and discuss issues with conservative leaders and elected officials.
Our activist training will be held Friday from 9am-Noon. Click here to sign up for the PLC and join us Friday morning.
Who’s the Boss: Battling Bureaucrats In Your Local School District (panel)
Jennifer Stefano, Americans for Prosperity Foundation
Hear from school board and community members alike on the difficulty of working with the bureaucracy of your school district. You will learn how to make your voice heard through all the bureaucracy, and how to insert yourself into the local education debate.
Panelists include: Kim Schmidtner, Larry Pastor, Simon Campbell
Using Social Media To Hold Your School District Accountable
Katy Abram, Americans for Prosperity Foundation
The mainstream media is no longer the only outlet for news. The power of the Internet allows tweets, blog posts, and videos to reach your whole district within seconds. Now you can harness the power of social media to hold your school board members accountable and ensure that your tax dollars go toward a better education for our children.
Becoming an Information Activist: Learn to Investigate Government Records
Mary Ellen Beatty, Franklin Center
As an information activist, you will learn to think like an investigative reporter, identify potential leads and expose backdoor deals at the municipal and state levels. You will learn the citizen value of attending public meetings and examine your state open records law.
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