Advocacy Institute is Back in Town!

The Advocacy Institute, in partnership with the Clean Air Coalition, is returning to Western New York on June 10th! 

Join us for a powerful day of training, sharing updates on the political landscape in Albany, and connecting with other groups from the region working on legislative campaigns at the state level.  

We’re offering two sessions — one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Find out more about each below and join us for either or both.

  • June 10, 2019
  • Morning refresher: 9:30am – 12:45pm
  • Afternoon political landscape deep-dive: 1:30pm – 5:30pm
  • Location: 2421 Main St #100, Buffalo, NY, 14214
  • RSVP here (deadline May 20)

Morning refresher session. Join us from 9:30am – 12:45pm to learn about state power and authority, why we need to go to Albany as much as we do, how to maximize our impact while in Albany, and legislative and budget timelines. This session is great for folks who are newer to work in Albany and / or newer to the Advocacy Institute.

Afternoon political landscape deep-dive. Join us from 1:30pm – 5:30pm for updates on the key players in Albany, what is the impact of last November’s election, and how the session is progressing thus far. We’ll also hear updates and dig into specific campaign questions.

Please note that these are two separate sessions and are for people working on active legislative campaigns at the state level. We anticipate more demand than we can meet for this training and will be accepting participants by application on a rolling basis.

  • Please answer every question on the application by May 20.
  • Incomplete applications will not be considered.
  • Please also make sure to let us know on the application of any dietary restrictions and need for assistance with childcare.
  • If accepted, in-person trainings are free for members and cost $25 per person for prospective members.We invite each organization to send 2 participants to attend.

Want more information? Call Clean Air and ask for Linnea or Rebecca at 716-852-3813. Or email


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