Are you thinking about running for public office? Or working on a political campaign? Are you flummoxed at next steps? Then this is the one-day training for you! Here, you will learn the most effective techniques in order to launch your political life successfully. “NOW is the time for YOU to make a difference. More and more women care deeply about the direction of our country and are energized to run for political office. Yet, many women have no political training or expertise.” – Patti Russo,
WCSYale Executive Director WCSYale has responded to this clarion call by launching WCSYale: The Basics , a one-day training for women who have a newly discovered passion for politics and need to learn the critical next steps to make the decision to run and launch their political careers. Consider this a one-day boot camp for women with the passion, interest, and drive to enter the political arena as candidates, campaign operatives, or leaders in their community. Subjects to be convered will include making the decision to run, a comprehensive discussion on all things to consider both personally and professionally before you pursue your political career; effective speaking techniques; conversations with WCSYale graduates; effective networking strategies; speed mentoring; and your next steps. You will leave feeling inspired, with a sense of purpose and a clear path for your political future.
Now, WCSYale: The Basics is coming to East Point! Please arrive for registration at 9:30 am on Saturday, January 11. We begin promptly at 10:00 am. Ticket sales close at 12:00 pm on Monday, January 6, or when sold out. $50 for all attendees. Space is Limited. Register Today! Registration fee is non-refundable.
For any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-734-7385.
WCSYale: The Basics in East Point, GA Alumnae Host Committee: Honorary Host Committee Chair: The Honorable Deana Holiday Ingraham, Mayor and WCSYale Rock Star Alumna, Sheronn Harris, Councilwoman YT Bell, Stacey Chavis, Audrey Maloof, Ashlyn Martin, Lindy Miller, Yasmin Neal, Ashlie Oliver, Laura Register, Lani White, and Senator Nikema Williams.