Day off the Hill

May 11

Registration is officially open for Day off the Hill on May 11! As it did in 2020, ENA is going fully virtual to deliver the same high-quality advocacy training ENA offers every year.

Register today and join your ENA peers and colleagues to learn how to enhance your advocacy efforts and plan virtual meetings with legislators.

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Resources for Day off the Hill

State Government Affairs Chair should contact their respective senators’ offices to schedule meetings. Chairs will be responsible for coordinating with Day off the Hill attendees to ensure those meetings are adequately attended.

Requesting Virtual Meetings

Day off the Hill

When: May 11

After Day off the Hill, ENA advocates will be prepared to conduct virtual meetings and conference calls to discuss ENA’s priority issues with their members of Congress, regardless of the platform, format or setting.

Once registered, all attendees are encouraged to contact their members of the House of Representatives to schedule phone or virtual meetings for May 12-14 so you can put into action what you learned during Day off the Hill. More information on meeting scheduling will be provided to registered attendees.

State Government Affairs Chair should contact their respective senators’ offices to schedule meetings. Chairs will be responsible for coordinating with Day off the Hill attendees to ensure those meetings are adequately attended.

Cost: Free!

Who can attend:

All ENA members are welcome to register for this limited-capacity event. Registration is based on a first-come-first-served basis.

Agenda

1:00-1:15Welcome
1:15-2:002021 DOTH Legislative Asks
2:00-2:15Break
2:15-3:00Training on Effective Hill Meetings
3:00-3:15Break
3:15-4:00Panel Discussion on Optimizing Congressional Meetings
4:00-4:25Congressional Speaker (TBD)
4:25-4:30Closing

 

Make your voice heard in Washington, D.C. – register for Day off the Hill today!

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