By 2030, our goals include moving 5,000 Gen Zers through the CU Fellowship, empowering 50,000 to have worked on Civics 2030 projects, and helping inspire 5 million to find their civic purpose.
We will only be able to achieve these goals in close partnership with dozens of dedicated individuals and organizations across disciplines and sectors. Big shoutout to Points of Light, National Geographic, DoSomething, BridgeUSA, Govern for America, and 1440 for collaborating on some big projects we are excited to reveal in the coming weeks.
Since February, we have hosted seven Unplugged Conversations—open, honest fireside chats with civic superheroes (elected officials, social entrepreneurs, policy entrepreneurs, journalists, activists, philanthropists, etc). Our guests have included Audrey Tang (The Digital Minister of Taiwan), Katie Fahey (who led the successful effort to end partisan gerrymandering in Michigan), Lee Drutman (a world-renown political reform expert), and Brian McClendon (a cofounder of Google Maps).
We will soon be opening up these conversations to the wider community.
How You Can Help ♀️