SPP to Offers Student Boot Camp on Technology Tools & Strategies for Tomorrow's Public Leaders on March 31

March 28, 2017  | 1 min read

 

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The School of Public Policy will be hosting a boot camp focusing on "Technology Tools & Strategies for Tomorrow's Public Leaders," on Friday, March 31, from 10 am-2 pm, in the Wilburn Auditorium on the Drescher Graduate Campus. This event is free of charge for registered participants. Lunch and light refreshments will be served.

Technology is fundamentally changing the way political organizations communicate with constituents to build support around policy issues. For public leaders of today there is an ecosystem of technology tools available for campaigns and political offices. Students will learn what they are and how to leverage these resources to effectively portray a message. This training session will discuss technology tools and strategies featuring a leader in the field of tech-based political organizing, Alexander Kouts, CPO of Countable and head product dude at the Lincoln Initiative. Kouts will cover the seven core elements of an effective digital messaging strategy pulling from best practices from leading tech companies. 

Click here to learn more and register.

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