We believe that who writes the rules matters—which is why the Roosevelt Network is member-driven. With over 130 chapters in nearly 40 states, we support dozens of student-designed and led policy projects each year. Ultimately, we are helping to develop lifelong civic leaders as they take on the challenge of transformative local change.
From the Re:Public and Financialization of Higher Education projects to 10 Ideas, the Roosevelt Network is building a pipeline of diverse emerging leaders and centering work to protect public goods. In 2015, we received the MacArthur Award for Creative & Effective Institutions for our innovative approach to empowering next-generation leaders.
In a week filled with much debate, I can’t help but think that some of the stage interactions we saw tell us little to nothing about what voters really care about when it comes to each candidate. Perhaps because I just finished reading Quiet (excellent read btw), debates to me only seem to reassert our
This year, we’re offering more support for your ideas generation than ever before. We’ve provided suggested trainings below that you should complete before, during, and as you work to make your ideas a reality. 10 Ideas Key 10 Ideas deadlines are bolded in the list below. The following trainings can be accessed via our training