Organizational Membership Program
Our signature employee engagement program available to organizational members includes Workplace Policy Programs for employees or retirees on a wide range of policy topics.
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The programs are:
- Timely. What policy issues are people already talking or asking about? What’s in the news?
- Interactive. Our workshops and presentations allow for significant audience participation, and allow employees to contribute meaningfully in policy development.
- Brief. Programs begin and end on time, and can occur at any time during the workday.
- Constructive. Employees learn more about, and see their roles in addressing, public issues.
Civics@Work Policy Program Testimonials
“The speakers, agenda, and event format were a great fit for our organization, and the event itself was executed perfectly. I especially appreciated the conversational nature of the event, which I believe contributed to a high degree of engagement. We’ve received great feedback from our employees! Specifically, I loved this quote from one of the attendees: ‘This has been an amazing panel! I have been playing it so my high schooler can hear, Civics lesson over the summer!'”
— Bridget Callaghan, Public Affairs & Civic Engagement Specialist, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota
“The speakers were perfect for this setting. Their past experience and knowledge was very valuable. The other compliment I heard was they were both very fair and measured in their partisanship. Several staff commented to me how refreshing it is to see partisan leaders (former leaders) actually get along with each other, listen to each other and compliment each other.”
— Joel Ulland, Associate VP & Public Affairs Officer, Director of Public Policy, UCare
“We thought it went really well and got feedback from others that the audience was engaged. It struck a really good balance of being informative and fulfilling an appetite for political discussions without being overly political and polarized.”
— PJ Mitchell, Public Policy Analyst, Medica, following presentation to 120 employees.