In This Section
- Campaign and Advocacy Program
- Citizenship Tutoring
- Community Action Committee
- Fellows and Study Groups
- Harvard Political Review
- Harvard Political Union
- Harvard Public Opinion Project
- Harvard Votes Challenge
- John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum
- Policy Program
- Politics of Race and Ethnicity
- Women's Initiative in Leadership
Campaign and Advocacy Program
The Campaign and Advocacy Program (CAP) is a workshop-style program that develops students' electoral and advocacy campaign skills. Members will attend weekly meetings led by the student chair with guest speakers within the campaign space.
This semester, CAP will work to develop students' campaign-building skills so that they can enter the world of politics, answering the question: what strategies, influences, and issues are at play? CAP members are given the exclusive opportunity to build valuable relationships with the speakers and guests during program meetings, attending small gatherings focused on student Q&A. The program will provide students with a well-rounded knowledge of campaign structure and strategies that prepare them to take active roles in future campaign efforts.
CAP encourages students to get involved with real issues that matter to them and provides resources to connect students with active campaign roles. CAP offers a welcoming home for IOP newcomers and veterans alike!
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