Pipeline to Politics
Pipeline to Politics is an educational initiative sponsored by the Carl Albert Center’s Women’s Leadership Program at the University of Oklahoma in partnership with the Ready to Run National Network at the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University. The Pipeline Project is designed primarily for women who are beyond college, already in the workforce, who are interested in increasing their political involvement. The program informs participants about political and other leadership opportunities, educates them about the issues involved in putting together a winning campaign and encourages them to run for office, work on a campaign or become civically involved in other ways. The goal of this nonpartisan program is to address the historic under-representation of women in politics and public life by providing participants with necessary tools to enter, stay in and emerge from the political pipeline.
January 11, 2014
Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communications
University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
If you are supporting a candidate, launching your own campaign or advocating for an issue, this training is for you!
Pipeline to Politics is for women who are interested in increasing their involvement in politics and public service. This intense, one-day program informs participants about effective organization and communications strategies to lead successful political or issue advocacy campaigns. The goal of this nonpartisan program is to address the historic under-representation of women in politics and public life by providing participants the tools to be successful.
Professional consultants and elected officials from both sides of the political aisle will be on hand to lead interactive discussions and help you find “all the right pieces” for a successful campaign.
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