Thomas Nelson students are invited to a free environmental advocacy workshop at William and Mary on Saturday, March 16 courtesy of the Office of Community Engagement. Facilitated by National Parks Conservation Association professionals, the 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. session will include free catered lunch.
The workshop will focus on environmental issues, particularly water quality, impacting the Peninsula and build the advocacy skills necessary to make lasting change. Sign up early to reserve a spot, as space is limited.
The event will allow participants to practice skills that can be applied to advocacy in any field, such as crafting effective written public comments to impact legislation. Attendees will also be able to network with policy and environmental science professionals.