SET Training Program
As long as college students are faced with problems, student governments will be there to advocate on their behalf. Right now, students are faced with some overwhelming problems:
- Tuition costs are skyrocketing
- Federal financial aid programs are in jeopardy
- State higher education appropriations are shrinking
- 18-24 year olds are the least likely to vote
In order to effectively address these problems, student governments must be well equipped to mobilize their fellow students, work with decision makers, generate community support, recruit volunteers, and develop additional leaders. The SET Project’s network of trainers has extensive experience in grassroots organizing and advocacy, and we take our training program on the road to campuses across the country. A SET training will give your student government the skills to be more effective advocates and to get more results for the campus community.
The SET Project has a wide variety of possible workshops. You can pick from pre-packaged training agendas, or assemble your own agenda based on your SGA’s needs.
If you have any additional questions about trainings, don’t hesitate to contact Sarah Clader at (312) 544-4439 or email@example.com.