Events

April 22. EAI president Rob Roper will speak at the Orange County Republican Spaghetti Dinner.

May 17. Leadership & Activist Training Session, Rutland. The Ethan Allen Institute is happy to announce that is it partnering with American Majority to hold another New Leaders and Activist Training session! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

When: Saturday, May 17th from 9:30 AM to 3 PM.
Registration will open at 9 AM.
Where: Rutland Area Christian School, Rutland, VT
Cost: Registration is $20 ($10 for students) and includes lunch and all training materials.

Training Topics:

  • Mastering Campaign Planning: A campaign without a plan won’t get very far- this covers what a campaign plan should look like, what should be on it, and how detailed and flexible it should be.
  • Making the Ask: Fundraising and Budgeting: Who to ask, how to ask and how it will be spent.
  • Connecting with Voters: Finding information on who votes, contacting voters through direct contact and GOTV efforts.

May 23. EAI president Rob Roper will speak on the subject of “The Politics Behind Public Education Policy,” at the Equinox Village in Manchester, Vermont.

 

 

 

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