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ACLU National Advocacy Institute

The ACLU College and Community Program is a week-long summer program (July 24 – July 29, 2020) for college-aged participants designed to bring their advocacy skills and passion for campus and community organizing to the next level. The program will prepare participants for lifelong engagement in grassroots organizing, policy development, and legal advocacy through electives and seminars led by lawyers, lobbyists, community activists, and ACLU experts. Participants will enhance their knowledge of civil liberties and social justice issues, as well as learn about internships and professional opportunities in public policy, law, communications, and social impact work to help them prepare for a career in law and public service.

Eligibility & Application: All college-aged students (18-24) are welcome to apply. The application can be found here and applications are due April 5, 2020. Participants must be 18 years old at the time of the program and completed one year of college or graduated high school at least one year prior. No required major. Financial Aid is available.

Phone: 703-706-3555

Web: ACLU National Advocacy Institute