Campaign School for Social Workers – UCONN School of Social Work

Date(s) - Mar 3 - Mar 4
8:30 am - 5:00 pm

UCONN School of Social Work


Deciding when and how to Run for Office  •  Campaign Planning  •  FUNDRAISING  •  Communicating Your Message  

•  Using Social Media  •  Public Speaking  •  Career Paths for Social Workers in Political Settings

Day One:  Workshop led by Kate Coyne-McCoy, MSW, president of Campaign Fixer/KCM Consulting, has trained more than 8,000 candidates and assisted with hundreds of successful elections. She’s designed and implemented candidate training and support programs for EMILY’S list and for the Oval Office Program at Harvard University while serving as a fellow in the Women’s Public Policy Program. Kate is a social worker, an experienced advocate, coalition builder, effective organizer, knowledgeable recruiter, skilled fundraiser, powerful and dynamic facilitator and former candidate for Congress.

Day Two:  Features interactive workshops and panels led by highly regarded political social workers and current elected officials. Participants will learn valuable skills that can be applied to any practice setting.

Attendees eligible to earn 12 CECs.

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10% discount for registrations received by 2/3

$50 Students

$175 All others