Plan. Activate. Engage. Build.
Our programs are structured to support and prepare progressive leaders to:
- Plan — Set bold visions and strategies.
- Activate — Move their communities into action.
- Engage — Retain people and develop their leadership.
- Build — Build community and collective power for the long-term.
Our trainings are designed with small-group engagement and community-building in mind, and allow participants to connect and interact meaningfully.
We also emphasize applicability through a pedagogical approach that centers practice and enables participants to build their skills, receive real-time feedback and immediately apply learnings to their day-to-day organizing.
Organizing and mobilizing campaigns, strategic planning, and capacity building
Community-centered training in tech and strategy, including Digital Organizing and Data & Analytics
Candidate development, campaign management, legislative, voter engagement, and Fair Courts
Progressive Governance Academy for newly elected officials and skills building for seasoned elected officials
Women of Color Leadership
Creating a robust pipeline of our future leaders by covering skills development, relationship building, and fostering resilience
Each year re:power recruits values-aligned organizations to our Sponsor Fund to help keep our public training costs low and also providing an opportunity for our sponsors to share valuable information with our participants and alumni throughout the year. Click here to see our 2022 Sponsor Fund Benefits or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!
Current/Upcoming Events & Trainings
Join re:power and special guests, Shanay Watson-Whittaker and Prentiss Haney, for a free webinar to learn more about opportunities, challenges, lessons and best practices to build power in the current political landscape. Continue reading
This is a crash course in “movement data,” with a deep dive into data for legislative advocacy and organizing (including distributed organizing). Over the course of three weeks, participants will practice building an organizing plan with metric goals, learn how models work, and develop tests. Continue reading
From grassroots movements that are building power with BIPOC communities, to elected positions that are transforming our political institutions, our alumni are on the frontlines of strengthening our democracy and advancing a vision of inclusive politics.
They are part of groups like the New Georgia Project, We the People MI, and the Working Families Party who are building power on the ground in states like Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, and Pennsylvania, to name a few.
They are also behind significant transformational policies like Proposition 17 in CA which restored the right to vote for folks on parole.