Raise your hand if you’re aware of social issues, and it makes you angry, or sad, or
scared about our future. Now, raise your hand again, if you are already taking
actions to change that — whether it be voting, donating, protesting, being
involved in student organizations...
But what does that mean in the long run? What change are you actually creating,
when it feels like you against the world?
The short and disheartening answer is, the actions you’re taking today might not
lead to the change you hope to see.
We believe that in order to create real social change,
So how do you, a Gen Z student, become a policymaker, a policy funder, or an
advocacy leader? That’s what we’re here to help you with, every step of the way.
In a 4-course series, you'll not only learn about civics and policy, but also get mentorship from current policymakers and explore different career options in social change.