Registration for Student Capitol Hill Day 2019
AIAS is proud to announce that the 2019 Grassroots Leadership Conference will feature the first-ever Student Capitol Hill Day on July 18th, 2019 - a day dedicated to providing students with tangible platforms to advocate and directly impact our members and our profession. AIAS is working with AIA's Advocacy Team to organize a day of meetings with Congress members and Congressional staff from all 50 states to amplify our collective voice.

Join us and take action! Don't miss your chance to speak up about architecture student loan debt forgiveness to the people that can help us execute real legislative change. Fill out this form by June 1st, 2019 to register for Student Capitol Hill Day and guarantee your seat at the table.

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All participants in Student Capitol Hill Day must register for Grassroots 2019 to be eligible to participate. You can register now here: http://bit.ly/AIASGR2019
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