Leveraging Communication, Social Media & Technology for Policymaking

Seminar Dates | March 21 – 22, 2014

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Careers in communications are undergoing unprecedented transformations. Learn about the newest career opportunities in this continuously evolving field and gain a better understanding of how communications, technology, and social media are leveraged, used to spread information, and ultimately influence public policy and politics in Washington, D.C. See the 2014 seminar agenda. 

Barbara Kasoff, President and Co-Founder of Women Impacting Public Policy, was the featured Keynote Speaker for the Leveraging Communication, Social Media & Technology for Policymaking Seminar.

Who Should Attend?

Current undergrads, graduate students, recent graduates, and young professionals (1-2 years  professional experience) may benefit most from this seminar, but women from all experience levels are welcome to attend. Students in majors such as Communications; Communications and Society; Media Studies; Journalism; Public Relations/Affairs; Public Policy/Government/Political Science; and Computer Science may benefit most from the program, as well as those with an interest in learning about potential career paths in communications, public affairs/relations, advocacy, policy or politics.

Find out about scholarship and funding options here.

The Women in Technology Education Foundation (WITEF) is the Role Model Sponsor of the 2014 Leveraging Communication, Social Media & Technology for Policymaking Seminar

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We’re pleased to partner with Washington Women in Public Relations for this seminar. Women from WWPR will participate in a panel with students and attend a lunch networking reception with the participants. Learn more about WWPR, including Student Membership!

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