The first step to getting involved is getting informed. You’ve already started that process by visiting our Web site and (hopefully) reading some of our materials. Take the next step by signing up to receive e-mail updates. Be sure to check the box to receive action alerts, and we’ll keep you up to speed on when to contact your lawmakers, attend a rally, write a letter or take other action.
Another opportunity for involvement is serving on the Colorado Fiscal Policy Institute Advisory Committee – contact Fiscal Policy Analyst Terry Scanlon for details. Finally, you can get involved by helping schedule a presentation with CCLP experts with local community groups. If you’re part of a group that might be interested in an in-person presentation, anywhere in the state, contact Communications Director Perry Swanson.
The Colorado Center on Law and Policy’s internship program provides first-hand experience with research and advocacy. To discuss internship opportunities, contact Director of Administration Rita Young.
The Colorado Center on Law and Policy welcomes volunteers to help advance our work for justice and economic security for all Coloradans. Volunteers may take on a variety of roles depending on their experience and interests. To discuss volunteer opportunities, contact Director of Administration Rita Young.