SUSTAINING YOUTH POWER: Spring 2021 National Campaign Conference for Civic and Political Engagement

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Friday, May 21, 2021 - 5:00pm to Saturday, May 22, 2021 - 3:00pm05/21/2021 5:00pm 05/22/2021 3:00pm SUSTAINING YOUTH POWER: Spring 2021 National Campaign Conference for Civic and Political Engagement

The Spring 2021 National Campaign Conference for Civic and Political Engagement hosted by the Institute of Politics (IOP) at the Harvard Kennedy School registration is now open. Click here for more information and to register.

Each year, the National Campaign Committee welcomes students, faculty and administrators from more than 35 colleges and universities across the country to Harvard for the Institute of Politics's National Campaign for Political and Civic Engagement. Over the course of the weekend, we celebrate young leaders, facilitate discussions, panels, and town halls about a variety of pertinent political issues, and train students to increase civic engagement back on their campuses and in their communities. Our last conference focused on breaking down barriers to democracy in our communities and on our campuses leading up to the Presidential election in 2020. 

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Virtual (Sign Up Below)

The Spring 2021 National Campaign Conference for Civic and Political Engagement hosted by the Institute of Politics (IOP) at the Harvard Kennedy School registration is now open. Click here for more information and to register.

Each year, the National Campaign Committee welcomes students, faculty and administrators from more than 35 colleges and universities across the country to Harvard for the Institute of Politics's National Campaign for Political and Civic Engagement. Over the course of the weekend, we celebrate young leaders, facilitate discussions, panels, and town halls about a variety of pertinent political issues, and train students to increase civic engagement back on their campuses and in their communities. Our last conference focused on breaking down barriers to democracy in our communities and on our campuses leading up to the Presidential election in 2020. 

Founded in 2003, the IOP-led network has held annual conferences to identify collaborative projects, foster engagement in electoral politics, assist students in pursuing careers in public service, and provide a foundation in civic education.