By Nadia DeCastris, PLEN Interim Program AssociateAs I am wrapping up my senior year of college, I have a significant amount of time to reflect on the experiences I have had while an undergrad. While most of my adventures have been wonderful, quite a few experiences that have allowed me to lead and produce content … Continue reading Everything I learned working at plen
Representation in policy is vital for democracy. It guarantees all voices are heard and diverse communities' needs are considered. This PLEN Social Media Toolkit allows for ambassadorship between the PLEN community and amplifying women and marginalized gender group's voices. Download our graphics today!
Maya Lynch attended PLEN's 2021 Public Policy Seminar. Read more about her experience here!
It's the end of January. You've spent all month hearing about resolutions: whether about how important it is to set them or how most people quit theirs by January 17 of each new year.
People who are just starting out in Washington, DC can find the professional networking process a little overwhelming. Being the “new kid” in any social setting is tricky. Read on for ways to make the process less daunting – and maybe even a little fun.
Victoria Colon attended the 2022 Health Policy Seminar, and wrote about her experience.
Melea Banaszak wrote about their experience at the 2022 Health Policy Seminar!
Rawan Hannoon wrote about their experience at the 2022 Health Policy Seminar!
Before hearing about PLEN, I had no idea that there were opportunities out there for someone like me, who isn’t majoring in Political Science in undergrad, to get involved in policy work. The ability to make connections that will help me progress forward and pursue a career in policy, regardless of my major, is a … Continue reading PLEN’s Impact: Health Policy and Shannon’s Washington, D.C. Experience
Cecília Gomes describes her experience at the PLEN Health Policy Seminar, and her new PLEN Power!