The Latest from the League
We know that this pandemic is affecting everyone, but we want to hear how it is affecting you. Take our short survey.
Minnesotans, like the rest of the world, are working to adjust to a “new normal” amidst COVID-19. As we work to rise to this challenge together, the Citizens League is looking for ways to adapt to this new environment while continuing to serve the community. LISTENING...
New addition to staff brings breadth of experience and knowledge in leadership development, education, and organizational improvement.
We are so proud to call Pahoua Yang Hoffman our Executive Director. Her life experience, breadth of knowledge, and genuine interest in people from all backgrounds truly makes Minnesota a better place. Thanks to TPT Almanac at the Capitol and David Gillette for conveying her amazing story!
Engaging immigrant and ethnic communities to encourage participation and make sure all Minnesotans are counted.
Policy On Tap host Tom Weber was joined by a panel to talk the complex world of secondhand goods. Listen here!
Cal Clark spent his childhood and college years in Chadron, Nebraska, then came to Minnesota to join the Citizens League where he worked from 1970-1980 to streamline the organization’s approach to addressing civil issues. Learn more in this member spotlight.
Kalia Xiong is currently serving as the Capitol Pathways Program Manager at the Citizens League. Born the daughter of refugees from Thailand, she studied political science at Macalester College and was herself an intern in the Capitol Pathways program. Learn more in this member spotlight.
Citizens League member Peter Bell is Minnesota-born and has lived a diverse career path in regards to topics of civil importance. Learn more in this member spotlight.
Give to the Max Day donations will be matched up to $5,500! Donate now to help meet our match!
We’re gearing up for the 5th year of Capitol Pathways, and we’re now recruiting students to apply for an internship during the 2020 legislative session!
Policy On Tap host Tom Weber was joined by a panel to talk The Business Behind Your Trash. Listen here!
We recognize that communities are critical to this conversation and that is why we are seeking your input.
Hundreds gathered for our Civic Celebration to honor former Minneapolis Mayor Sharon Sayles Belton and former U.S. Senator David Durenberger.
We’re excited to welcome an amazing line-up of speakers to honor former Minneapolis Mayor Sharon Sayles Belton and former U.S. Senator David Durenberger at our upcoming Civic Celebration on October 10th!
Do you work in or around the State Legislature? Then support students of color and their path to becoming civic leaders in Minnesota by hosting a Capitol Pathways intern for the 2020 legislative session!