Itinerary and registration coming soon.

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ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

Join with hundreds of students from across Minnesota's 30 community and technical colleges to advocate for making college affordable, address mental health challenges that students face and ensure that students basic needs are being met. At Advocacy Day you will learn about the issues that we are fighting for, and how students can have an impact at the capitol. We will setup a meeting with your elected officials so that you can share your story on legislators can better support students at the capitol.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CONFERENCE 

  • Share your story with elected officials
  • Advocate on behalf of other students
  • Play the legislative training game
  • Learn about LeadMN's legislative agenda
  • Hear keynotes from politicians
  • Hold legislators accountable to invest in community college
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Lodging & Location

TBD

Questions

If you have any concerns or questions, please reach out to Brandon Boat, Manager of Program and Events, at BBoat@leadmn.org.  

Accessibility and Accommodations

We're committed to making sure that every attendee is able to attend the conference as their full self. If you require any accommodations at the conference, please contact Mameneh at mameneh@leadm.org with details about your needs. Check out our Accessibility Statement for more information.

PLEASE NOTE: 

In order to attend the 2023 D.C. Summit, students must first attend Advocacy Day 2023.

Vaccines and Masks

When attending a LeadMN conference, students need to wear a mask while indoors. You may remove the mask when eating and drinking or presenting. Students are strongly encouraged to get the two Covid-19 vaccinations and the booster.