Name: Scott Castro
Birthplace and/or where you grew up: Marylander by birth, Virginian by choice
Where do you currently call home? Richmond, VA
Occupation: Policy Analyst at the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS)
The Sorensen Institute is excited to announce the members of the Emerging Leaders Program Class of 2019. The Emerging Leaders Program focuses on the power of bipartisan politics, policy, and leadership development for young professionals. The members of this class will meet twice at Carter Hall in Millwood, Virginia, and once in Richmond. Congratulations to all!
ANNOUNCING AN EXTENDED APPLICATION DEADLINE!
We have extended the deadline to apply to the 2019 College Leaders Career Conference! We will now be accepting applications until midnight on Wednesday, May 15th.
We understand that this is a busy time of year for college students. From final exams, projects, papers, and graduation, we want to make sure any student interested in applying to the 2019 CLCC has enough time to complete their application!
This is a guest post by Michael Holohan, who is joining our team for the 2016-2017 Academic Year through the Cooper Center's University Internship Program (UIP).
Applications for the 2016 Emerging Leaders Program are now being accepted.
You Are Invited!
The Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership
10th Annual Legislative Reception
Tuesday, Feb. 23
5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Williams Mullen Center, 15th Floor
200 South 10th Street, Richmond
RSVP at sorenseninstitute.org/legislative-reception
by Tuesday, Feb. 16
Youth Program Manager Position Announcement
The Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership is seeking applicants to be a Youth Program Manager in the summer of 2016 for its College and High School Leaders Programs.
The 2008 public television documentary Across the Aisle follows the Political Leaders Program Class of 2007 during its 10-month program across Virginia.
Class members come face to face with their personal biases and political limitations by arguing against their own positions, breaking down political stereotypes, spending real time with their opponents, balancing a state budget, and touring state-run facilities to learn a new and highly functional approach to politics.