Campaign & Advocacy Program (CAP)

The Campaign and Advocacy Program (CAP) is a workshop-style program that develops students’ electoral and advocacy campaign skills. CAP members are also given the exclusive opportunity to build a relationship with the program facilitator, speakers, and guests during program meetings. CAP will provide students with a well rounded knowledge of campaign structure and strategies that prepare them to take active roles in future campaigns and advocacy efforts. CAP encourages students to get involved in real campaigns and provides resources to connect students with active campaigns. CAP offers a welcoming home for IOP newcomers and veterans alike!

Why join CAP?

CAP with Matt Stout and Scott Ferson
  • Participate in campaigns and advocacy development workshops to learn about topics like opposition research, interpreting polling data, and coalition building.
  • Listen to and interactively discuss with accomplished speakers.
  • Build a relationship with the facilitator during program meetings and social events.
 
Chaired by: Sellers Hill | sellershill@college.harvard.edu