Our first resource, Virtual Advocacy During COVID-19 and Beyond is now available for download. The eBook is a collection of articles from top advocacy and lobbying professionals on a variety of topics related to digital and remote grassroots recruitment and mobilization specially tailored for the unprecedented circumstances prompted by the COVID-19 epidemic. Readers will gain fresh ideas and real world applications of Advocacy tactics that can be replicated for corporate, association, and non-profit organizations during COVID-19 and beyond
The Advocacy Association released its second eBook, “Guide to Careers in Government Relations, Communications and Advocacy,” offering insights on how to pursue jobs in these emerging fields and excel in them.
Joe Franco, president of The Advocacy Association, praised the collaborative nature of the professionals willing to share real-world case studies, best practices and personal insights that can help others succeed. “The eBook provides practical advice from industry leaders on getting a job in this highly specialized field and succeeding in your career. Whether you are a student entering the job market or seasoned professional, this eBook will provide you with best practices and thought leadership to give you the edge in your work from Washington, D.C. to the 50 state capitols and beyond.”
He worked with Joshua Habursky, founder of the Grassroots Professional Network that evolved into The Advocacy Association, and Mike Fulton, who directs the Washington, D.C. office of Asher Agency, on reaching out to their colleagues and editing the publication. Ten authors with diverse backgrounds contributed 17 articles for the eBook.
The new 58-page e-Book, “Guide to Careers in Government Relations, Communications and Advocacy,” is available at Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08GZPSLZ1