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Regardless of your interests, background, or schooling, there are plenty of ways to make improving life in the U.S. your job.
Regardless of your interests, background, or schooling, there are plenty of ways to make improving life in the U.S. your job.
From climate change and reproductive rights to police reform and cannabis legalization, there are a plethora of public policies that may have caught your attention recently—and made you realize that these policies are written and implemented by real people (real people who sometimes make you want to scream in frustration). If you feel passionately about these issues and feel a drive to make a direct impact, there are education and career paths that will help get you a seat at the table. This doesn’t always have to mean running for office or having a degree in political science, either. Regardless of your interests, background, talents, or schooling, there are plenty of ways to make a career out of changing policy in the U.S. for the better >"Regardless of your interests, background, or schooling, there are plenty of ways to make improving life in the U.S. your job."
From climate change and reproductive rights to police reform and cannabis legalization, there are a plethora of public policies that may have caught your attention recently—and made you realize that these policies are written and implemented by real people (real people who sometimes make you want to scream in frustration). If you feel passionately about these issues and feel a drive to make a direct impact, there are education and career paths that will help get you a seat at the table. This doesn’t always have to mean running for office or having a degree in political science, either. Regardless of your interests, background, talents, or schooling, there are plenty of ways to make a career out of changing policy in the U.S. for the better >"Regardless of your interests, background, or schooling, there are plenty of ways to make improving life in the U.S. your job."
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