Heading to National Harbor this week to attend the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC)? Consider submitting a guest blog post about your experience to Free the Future!
This year’s line-up features a number of policy discussions, career development events and presentations of potential interest to young professionals, and we’d love to hear your take on them! Guest blog posts should be between 500-600 words and include a brief description of the event in addition to your review. CPAC will also be screening a few movies so film reviews are also welcome!
A few schedule notes of interest are below. The full CPAC schedule is available here.
Get a Job at CPAC, Friday, March 7th, 11am-1pm: “Learn how to land your dream job in politics. LI’s expert faculty will teach you how to highlight your personal strengths to appeal to those who do the hiring at conservative organizations and on Capitol Hill.” Sponsored by the Leadership Institute.
Can Libertarians and Social Conservatives Ever Get Along? Friday, March 7th, 1:40pm: Alexander McCobin of Students for Liberty and Matt Welch from Reason.com will join other panelists to discuss the question, “Is there common ground between the two most energetic wings of the movement?”
Red Alert Politics Youth Caucus, Friday, March 7th, with sessions at 2pm and 3pm: “With the theme “Have Your Say,” this event will give young conservatives the opportunity to have a facilitated discussion with their peers about the policy issues that are important to our generation.” RSVP here.
Please send questions and blog post submissions to Heather Curry (firstname.lastname@example.org). Guest posts should be submitted no later than March 15th.
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