The New York Civil Liberties Union Is Looking For The New "RockStar" For Change


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New York Press Release - The 2017 ACLU Summer Advocacy Institute Is Looking For the Next RockStar at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.  

Apply Today!

Know any young civil liberties superstars in high school? Encourage them to apply to the ACLU’s Summer Advocacy Institute! 
The ACLU is now accepting applications for a week long advocacy training and leadership development seminar at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., from July 29 – August 5, 2017
The ACLU Summer Advocacy Institute will bring together a diverse group of high school juniors and seniors from across the United States to participate in an advanced, firsthand learning experience for the next generation of social justice advocates. Through an intensive eight-day program, students will learn directly from lawyers, lobbyists, community activists, and other experts working to defend the civil rights and liberties critical to a free and open society.
Students will be immersed in the real world of political and legal decision-making in Washington, D.C., as they explore the complex nature of defending and advancing civil liberties in our current society. Students will have an opportunity to meet with elected officials and community organizers as well as participate in classroom sessions, lectures, daily debates, and workshops with civil rights pioneers and other current youth activists.
If you know of any young civil liberties activists that might be interested in the Institute, please encourage them to apply
Applications are due by Friday, April 7, and scholarships are available!
For any questions or to request a code to waive the application fee, please contact summerinstitute@aclu.org
Thank you for spreading the word and helping us find the next generation of civil liberties advocates!

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