National Student Power Summit 2018 Workshop/ Training Proposal
The United States Student Association is the oldest and largest, student run, student led grassroots organization. Our work with universities and colleges in the United States highlight our dedication to education justice and breaking down the barrier between us and the government. USSA invites student leaders and individuals from allied organizations who share our commitment to education justice to submit proposals for our 2018 National Student Power Summit in Washington D.C. April 6th to 9th. Our theme is year is Empower the Masses, Reclaim Our Space.

The deadline to submit proposals will be March 16th.

All workshop facilitators are responsible for arranging travel & housing to attend the conference. You must also register for the conference, unless you are a sponsor. You will be notified within 2 weeks of submitting the workshop proposal whether or not your workshop was accepted.

AV & presentation materials are available upon request. About an 1 hour or 1 hour and 15 minutes will be allocated for presentations.

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This workshop will introduce the tactics, resources, and ambitions of the Indivisible Project. It will outline how to use the Indivisible Guide and our other organizing resources, including: the "Take Action" digital tools, the "Missing Member" and "Town Hall" toolkits, and the ACA and Immigration Reform scripts generated by our team.
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Workshop presenters are responsible for making their own travel & housing arrangements. In order attend, you must also register and pay regular convention fees, unless you are sponsoring the convention. If you are interested in sponsorship, please contact
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