STOVALL YOUTH POLICY SERIES- "HOW BILLS BECOME LAWS"

201-203 Workshops  Tuesdays Mar 30th, Apr 6th, Apr 13th  5:30pm-6:15pm

The 3 workshops are targeted to middle and high school students. The attendees will explore 1-2 bills in the Georgia General Assembly, express their opinions on the bills, send correspondence to bill sponsors, and view committee hearings on the bills. The attendees will also view at least one local government meeting to compare the bill process to the state and federal levels. The courses will be interactive. It is recommended to attend all 3 sessions to receive the best benefit. Limit to 20 attendees. The courses are FREE, but donations of any amount are welcome via Cashapp $Gycc820 or Paypal     paypal.me/gycc820

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STOVALL POLICY SERIES

These workshops have ended. Be on the look out for future Interactive Workshops via Zoom

(COMPLETED) 101 POLITICS: WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN LOCAL, STATE & FEDERAL? FEB. 15TH

Identify your elected officials, Hold them accountable, Identify changes in your community you would like to see

(COMPLETED) 102 MAKING POLICIES WORK FOR YOU PART 1 FEB. 22ND

Ins & Outs of Laws, Budget Impact -Follow the Services you can Follow the Money, Role of lobbyist

(COMPLETED) 103 MAKING POLICIES WORK FOR YOU PART 2 MAR. 1ST

Role political parties play in development & passage of laws, Open Discussion

(COMPLETED) 104 SO YOU WANT TO BE AN ELECTED OFFICIAL  MAR. 8TH

Public Service is a mission, Build your team, Candidate vs. Community Advocate, Choose your platform, Decide which office to seek

     Fees for workshops are nonrefundable.