24. February 2023 · Comments Off on National Democratic Training – February 24, 2023 · Categories: Recent Events

Black History Month Partner Spotlight:
Care in Action

Wrapping up our partner spotlights: Care in Action began with a group of progressive women with one mission: being a hub for workers of color in home healthcare, domestic work, and other services in the home. The organization serves as a policy and advocacy home for women who care by working on behalf of more than two million domestic and care workers in America.

We still have room in tomorrow’s Blue Bench, in-person training happening in Greenwood!

Looking to build key campaign skills and plans while collaborating with fellow Hoosiers? Then don’t miss tomorrow’s Blue Bench training.

This full-day session will give you the chance to choose from two distinct tracks – campaign planning and campaign skills – to best fit your needs.

Learn more, see a draft agenda, and register using the link below:

Moving Up in Democratic Politics
Friday, February 24 at 1pm ET.

What’s life if not for some change? Lay out your potential roadmap working in Democratic politics by learning the basics in today’s training.

Our trainer will walk you through ways to visualize your career goals, and strategies for hitting them. Regardless of whether you’re a seasoned campaign veteran or just launched your career, having a plan and pathway forward is essential.

Hiring for Political Campaigns
Tuesday, February 28 at 1pm ET

Campaigns are powered by people, but to attract that talent you need a strategy and plan.

Tuesday’s training is intended for anyone who wants support in the hiring process for campaign or cycle work. Our expert trainer will review some of the various roles you might need, plus standards for hiring practices. The cycle is moving along quickly, so don’t miss it!

[UPCOMING EVENT WITH EMILY’S LIST] So You Want to Run for Office: Women’s History Month Event
Thursday, March 2 at 1pm ET

While women make up half the population and are climbing higher in many professions, they are still underrepresented at all levels of elected office.

We want to help be the change we want to see!

This Women’s History Month edition of our So You Want to Run for Office with EMILY’s List will cover the basics of evaluating which office is the best fit for you, lay out your first steps, and cover special considerations as a woman candidate.

EMILY’s List is the nation’s largest organization dedicated to electing pro-choice women. Learn more about them here.

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