National Online Campaign school – JUNE 2022
Join the National Online Campaign School from wherever you are in Canada! The online National Campaign School is designed to equip women with the skills, knowledge, and resources they need to run for political office in Canada. The school consists of 8 online sessions including a mix of group exercises, guest speakers, and networking opportunities with others from across Canada. Each course is approximately two hours for a total of 8 hours of learning over 4 weeks. Participants will receive a comprehensive workbook to guide them through the courses and a certificate of participation upon completion.
– Graduates join the Equal Voice Alumni network;
– Gain knowledge on how to get nominated, build your team, and run a campaign;
– New connections across party lines and access to advice from elected officials;
– Improved leadership, management, and communication skills;
“The Equal Voice Campaign School is a great launchpad for women thinking about running for office! They cover a huge breadth of topics and engage with a fantastic group of speakers including those who have successfully run for office. Learning about the path other women have taken, and their reasons for entering politics, was an invaluable experience.” – 2020 Participant
Dates and Times: June 2022
Every Thursday evening for 4 weeks (June 9th to 30th). Classes run from 7:00pm EST – 9:00pm EST (4:00pm – 6:00pm PDT / 8:00pm – 10:00pm ADT)
Sessions take place online using Zoom and in English only. To participate, you will require access to the internet, a microphone, and a web camera.
Closed-captioning will be available.
*Courses are subject to change with advance notice to participants.
We are delighted that thanks to the generosity of donors to the Equal Voice Foundation we are able to offer this campaign training at no charge to participants.
However, unfortunately in the past we have had participants sign up and not attend sessions. As we keep the group small for optimal learning, and have a waitlist, people who register and don’t attend are denying a spot to someone on the waitlist. Therefore, it is important to make sure you are committed to the sessions before you decide to sign up.
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