The Latest from the League
On August 20th, Policy On Tap host Tom Weber was joined by a panel to talk The Business Behind Your Trash. Listen here!
With great enthusiasm, the Citizens League Board of Directors has approved the following slate of board candidates for 2020!
Our thanks to all who could join us as we wrapped up another year of Capitol Pathways, creating opportunities for college students of color in and around Minnesota’s Capitol. Click here for our photo album of the evening!
What can be done about the amount of food we waste in our communities? Listen to this Policy On Tap talk on food that goes from farm to fridge to landfills.
Amanda brings outstanding experience in leading government initiatives, coalition building, project management, and facilitating conversations to this important role.
On June 6, 2019, Capitol Pathways students, hosts, and supporters gathered for an evening recognizing the achievements and bright futures of our cohort as the 4th year of the program came to a close.
As this year’s Capitol Pathways program nears its completion, we asked Capitol Pathways mentor Jordana Palmer a few questions about her experience thus far.
The Citizens League is launching a new event series that will feature robust policy conversations around one central theme. For our first season, we’re Talking Trash.
As this year’s Capitol Pathways program nears its completion, we asked Sean Mock a few questions about his experience providing mentorship to this year’s cohort.
As this year’s Capitol Pathways program nears its completion, we asked our mentors a few questions about their mentorship experiences so far.
It is with deep gratitude, great appreciation, and a little sadness that I write to tell you that Angelica Klebsch, who has been our Policy Director since March 2018, has accepted a position with an exceptional community partner of ours, CLUES, or Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio.
Our sincere congratulations to Raie Gessesse, Capitol Pathways 2018 alumna, for being named a 2019 Truman Scholar!
We are proud to see that Capitol Pathways was recently featured in Wells Fargo Stories, the online journal of longtime Citizens League corporate member Wells Fargo! The piece highlights current interns, who speak about their experiences in policy before and after acceptance into our internship program.
“For me, this picture represents the great advances Indigenous Women are making into the political sphere, and the recognition of the value of our voices in crafting policy that will impact many generations to come.”
Our #CapitolPathways internship program has crossed the halfway point! 34 college students of color are working with their individual host organizations for 10+ hours a week in a paid internship, which provides them access to legislators, lobbyists, and...
We were pleased to welcome Bush Foundation President Jennifer Ford Reedy to speak to our board a month ago to give a version of a talk she gave to bushCON 2018 on how big social change happens.