Amplify your influence. Persuade to lead. Impact public policy.
The Heritage Foundation is pleased to announce a new, virtual training series starting this fall for conservatives like you -- professional communicators and policy experts who want to drive action and influence change. Dig into the latest communication techniques presented by experienced instructors and fellow practitioners. Apply classroom concepts directly to your own work during interactive breakout sessions and assignments. Complete the program with a new communications game plan to take your priority issues to the next level.
Learn how to:
- Present complex policy in concise, compelling ways
- Identify the critical influencers for your issues and connect to persuade
- Develop your personal brand to advance your policies
- Expand your reach beyond current channels by employing multiple domains
- Know what works by measuring your impact
Where and when will the training take place?
Training will be delivered virtually on eight consecutive Tuesday evenings, September 14 - November 2, from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. ET.
Who should apply and when is the application deadline?
Communications professionals, policy researchers, and subject-matter experts at all career levels. Fellows must have demonstrated engagement in advancing conservative public policy issues. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, August 18 at 11:59 p.m. ET.
Are additional details about the program content and instructors available?
What's the total time commitment required to participate in the program?
The selection process will be highly-competitive so we ask that fellows commit to attend the program in its entirety. In addition, fellows should plan to spend approximately 1-3 hours per week on assignments outside of class time. Utilizing the knowledge and techniques learned throughout the program, fellows will also complete and submit a capstone project.
When will I be notified whether or not I've been accepted into the program?
All applicants will receive final notification of selection for the program on or before Friday, September 3.
Any questions? Contact Becky Turco at [email protected]