Join Us For Our Latest Webinar: Utilizing Grassroots Advocacy For Higher Education

April 24, 2012 by Crescerance

Advocacy is a year round effort for most education institutions. Even with the legislative session in full swing it’s necessary for your university to continuously monitor new legislation that may take multiple sessions to become law. Keeping an eye on legislation and engaging your legislators is a year-round process, and you and your staff need tools to help keep key administrators up-to-date on the issues and as well as keep your university’s supporters engaged.

For over a decade Capitol Impact has been working with universities and grassroots advocacy managers to develop our Grassroots Advocacy System. Our system has been successfully implemented at colleges and universities all over the country to enhance their presence at the capitol and better engage alumni to get involved in university advocacy. We would like to share our unique expertise and insight with you and your fellow advocacy professionals.

Please join us for a FREE webinar on Thursday April 26th, 2012 at 10:00AM EST entitled: Utilizing Grassroots Advocacy for Higher Education. During the webinar we will show you how your university can:

  • Engage advocates online with your Grassroots Network
  • Build a database of advocates
  • Link advocates to their elected officials
  • Track advocates’ political relationships
  • Publish legislation to keep everyone informed
  • Launch grassroots campaigns from your computer
  • Enhance your voice at the capitol with Advocacy Software

Don’t miss this great opportunity to see how Grassroots Advocacy software from Capitol Impact can make internal communications and reaching legislators easier!

Click Here To Sign Up For The April 26th Webinar At 10:00 AM EST

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