Toolkit: A step-by-step guide through the civic action process for students.

media Research

brainstorm

Brainstorm an Issue

library

Use the Library

intenrey

Search the Internet

media

Search the Media

seachcommunity

Search Your Community

policuylink

Link Your CAP to Policy

policy eval

Evaluate Policy (GRADE)

siting sources

Citing Your Sources

Government Apps

Government Apps

awarness

Create CAP Awareness

polls

Opinion Polls and Surveys

web site

Create a Website

social media

Use Social Media

PSA

Create a PSA

PSA

Create Fliers

media
Building Support

gaining support

Gaining Support

How to Pursuade

How to Persuade

Petition

Create a Petition

Panel Discussion

Host a Panel Discussion

writing letters

Write Letters to Officials

Conflict Resolution

Resolving Conflict

Fundraising

Fundraising

Social Medi

Social Media

news release

Creating News Releases

letters to editor

Letter to the Editor

Meetings

Conduct Meetings

PUblic speaking

Public Speaking

Phone Interview

Phone Interview

Face to FaceINterview

Face-to-Face Interview

Email Interveiw

Email Interview

Thank You Letters

Thank You Letters

 
 

Lawmakerstownhall

Lobbying

Lobbying

Public agenda

Set the Public Agenda

PUblic Hearing

Attend a Public Hearing

Thanks

Thank You Letters



townhall

Facebook’s “Town Hall” Makes it Easier to Contact Your Elected Officials

Connecting with your elected officials is a critical step in your CAP project. By simply submitting your street address, Facebook's “Town Hall” provides you with a list of your local, state, and federal elected officials.



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