Ladies and Gentlemen! Get ready for the 3rd Annual Catholic Youth Advocacy Network Day in Sacramento on Tuesday, March 19th. Here is a Save the Date Flyer to distribute to your classmates and colleagues.
What is Catholic Youth Advocacy Network Day?
Catholic Youth Advocacy Network Day or CYAN is a one-day training and advocacy day in Sacramento where Catholic high school students train participants in how to work with your Legislators to “lobby” or advocate for permanent change for the less fortunate through pushing appropriate bills which help the marginalized in California.
If you wish to develop or hone your already spectacular leadership skills, want to travel to the beautiful capital of California, or have a little bit of high school age rebelliousness you want to channel into the forces of good – well this event is for you.
To register your school, please email Ms. Linda Wanner with the California Catholic Conference at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The cost is $10.00 and lunch, training, and connecting with amazing students from around the state is provided.
“I don’t know the slightest thing about Advocacy work, but I’m interested!”
Well, relax and peruse this site for old articles on How to Advocate. The links in the sidebar can help you look up your bills and legislators. Don’t forget to make appointments for after lunch 1:00-1:30 on the 19th.