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Lobbying Tips As you plan a lobbying trip to your state capitol or to Washington, D.C., this list of lobbying tips from the American Student Association for Community Colleges is most useful. Issue: Student Leader - Web-Only Category: Lobbying Author: By ASACC
Pitching the Student Voice Effective lobbying from the bottom up Issue: Student Leader - Fall 2004 Category: Lobbying Author: By Phil Clegg and Frank Mensel
Guide to State Student Associations A guide to the existing state student associations Issue: Student Leader - Web-Only Category: Lobbying Author: Emily Francis, Student Empowerment Training Project (SET)
National Lobby Groups Is a new alliance needed? Issue: Student Leader - Fall 2002 Category: Lobbying Author: By Chelsea Ellis
Leading Florida's SGs With massive changes to the state's education hierarchy, does that mean student lobby organizations are now passe? Issue: Florida Leader - What Florida Students Think 2001 Category: Lobbying Author: Florida Leader editors
Building the Perfect SSA Get your voice heard in the capital Issue: Student Leader - Winter 2001 Category: Lobbying Author: Jessica Parker
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