Summer Student Activist Training

Make Your Voice Heard
Learn how at
Project Democracy Summer Student Activist Training
August 15- 19th, 2005
Co-Sponsored by: Rock The Vote & Leadership Conference on Civil Rights Education Fund
The Summer Activist training will provide a unique opportunity for students from around the country to come together and learn how to run on-campus grassroots campaigns and voter participation campaigns. Students will be taught by some of the foremost activists and trainers in the country, and will learn everything from the basics of tabling to how to run a sophisticated media campaign through hand’s on sessions. Become a campus leader. Apply now!
EDUCATE- Our trainers will educate students on the best methods of campus engagement, including the most effective ways to teach your fellow students about important issues.
ADVOCATE- Learn how to make the student voice heard on campus and by elected officials from the local level to national.
MOBILIZE- Go back to campus with all the tools you need to run a successful campaign and get others involved.
LCVEF’s Project Democracy Summer Activist Training
The University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI
August 15-19, 2005*
Apply online at or email Seth Fiur at
$75 includes housing, training, and some meals. Apply by July 15th to receive early discount rate of $60.
Travel scholarships are available. Apply online.
Application Deadline: August 1, 2005
*Stay in the Detroit area for an extra day to attend the Road to Detroit Convergence on Saturday. For more information visit
Project Democracy is a program of the League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, a non-partisan nationwide effort to train and mobilize young Americans to make their voices heard in elections and with elected officials.

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