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Advocacy Corps in front of Capitol

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In March 2022, hundreds of young adults will gather again for Spring Lobby Weekendour young adult advocacy conference and day of action. This year, we’ll be lobbying Congress on immigration and refugee policy. 

We know that our strength comes from the stories we tell and the community we build, so we hope that you will join us March 12-15, 2022 in Washington, D.C. to advocate for change! Yes, you read that right. While we are still keeping a close eye on CDC guidelines, we are looking forward to reuniting on Capitol Hill again for Spring Lobby Weekend 2022!

Please check this page for more updates as we decide our legislative focus, release resources, and provide information about the event. If you are not already signed up for our Young Adult Program updates, please sign up here to receive emails about Spring Lobby Weekend 2022.

Want to learn more? Check out our FAQ page! You can also see a tentative schedule to get a sense of the programming we will offer. If you still have questions, you can contact Annie Chiorazzi at annie@fcnl.org or Larissa Gil-Sanhueza at larissa@fcnl.org

Financial aid information will become available in December! Financial aid is limited, and we will start review in January. We highly encourage people to sign up in groupswhether from your school, your Meeting/church, or some other community affiliation!

Are you interested in the Delegation Leaders Program? Spring Lobby Weekend would not be a success without the work of organizers and leaders around the country bringing people together for this event. You can contact Destinee Bates at dbates@fcnl.org to join the program. While the program offers support and community, it is not necessary to be part of it to lead a delegation.

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