Good Things Come in Three...at least for purposes of this update
Posted by Bridge Alliance Education Fund on May 31, 2019 at 12:43 PM
We are proud to announce that -- once again -- the Bridge Alliance has welcomed three new members into the BA family. These members won’t come as a surprise to anybody who follows us on Twitter...which should be all of you! You can “Follow” us here. (do it now!) Without further ado, here are your newest Bridge Alliance organizations:
If you don’t already know, you can click the logos above to learn more about these well-respected and highly accomplished organizations.
Speaking of growing the family, that’s precisely what Inspire U.S. and Represent.Us are looking to do. Inspire U.S. is accepting applications for its 2019-2020 internship program and Represent.Us has a few job openings available for individuals who are dedicated to fighting corruption.
A few more quick hitters:
- The Center for Civic Design (CCD) worked with Virginia election officials to update their “What if” guide. CCD won a ClearMark Award for their efforts.
- Steven Olikara of the Millennial Action Project made a guest appearance on the This is Democracy podcast.
- Daniella Ballou Aares, Co-Founder of the Leadership Now Project, was profiled by Harvard Business School’s alumni magazine.
- The Center for Election Science is looking to bring Approval Voting to St. Louis.
As always, thank you for your support,
Bridge Alliance Education Fund
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Bridge Alliance Members in the News:
Charter for Compassion - Spokane Journal of Business - Growing volunteerism with Spokane Gives
Take Back Our Republic - Boston Herald - Conservative group to push redistricting reform in Massachusetts
POGO - The Atlantic - The AI Supply Chain Runs on Ignorance