A Quaker connection on Capitol Hill
October 14, 2014
Earlhamites benefit from public policy and advocacy training offered by the Friends Committee on National Legislation, the oldest and largest peace-lobbying organization in Washington D.C.
"For many years there have been connections between the Friends Committee on National Legislation because of the Quaker connection," Professor of Politics Welling Hall says.
"If you want to have any kind of career in public policy, it makes sense to know how to network in Washington D.C.," she says. "Connecting with the FCNL is a key way to start to do that."
The FCNL's Fellow Tommy Wrenn recently met with students to discuss legislative priorities and upcoming deadlines to apply for its undergraduate programs.
For more information about Earlham's Quaker connection on Capitol Hill, watch this video: