The Latest from the League
By the time Capitol Pathways alum Maddie Geschu (they/them) was into their college career, they knew they had a heart for public service, working for people, and building community.
The Citizens League is excited to share our 2021-2022 impact report with our community of supporters and friends.
Join us on Thursday, September 29, 2022 at 2:30 p.m. for this FREE webinar as we have a candid conversation exploring shared challenges and opportunities facing Emergency Medical Services in rural and urban areas.
Yvonne joins us as our new Director of Development, leading us in sustaining and building relationships with our organizational and individual supporters!
Watch now: Minnesota’s Changing Environment and Climate: Connecting and caring for the place we call home.
We invite friends, supporters, and community members to gather for a meet & greet event with Citizens League staff, board, and others!
As we prepare for next year’s Capitol Pathways internship program, we are highlighting the students, hosts, and alumni that contribute to this program’s success.
Thanks to all who joined us to celebrate the conclusion of the seventh year of Capitol Pathways! View photos and video from the event.
Sarah Stout Miller, Development Director, is moving on from the League
To Abdihamid, Capitol Pathways is unique and critical because it centers the experiences of students of color and acknowledges the barriers they face when entering the policy space. Read more about his Capitol Pathways experience.
As we celebrate another successful year of the Capitol Pathways Program—the only paid internship program in the state that opens a policy career pathway for BIPOC college students— we ask you to join us in investing in the next generation of civic leaders.
Juventino Meza, co-founder of Capitol Pathways, tells us what he’s learned about this policy internship program over the years.
How can we have conversations within our communities, even as we hold different viewpoints? Watch the discussion now with Minister JaNaé Bates and University of Minnesota Associate Dean of the Social Sciences Howard Lavine.
Register today for our April 26 EDTalks with four amazing young leaders: Walter Cortina, Kyra Hughes-Bester, Jamya Cusic and Octivious Doe.
Learn more about Capitol Pathways intern Alejandro Cáceres-Aranda, a junior at Minnesota State University, Mankato studying Political Science and Spanish.
The Citizens League, with Amherst H. Wilder Foundation, Minnesota Design Center and University of Minnesota Institute of Community Integration, collaborated on the pressing issue of individuals who find themselves ‘sandwiched’ between caring for both elders and young children also known as Sandwich Caregiving.