California Campaign Consultants
California Campaign Consultants (CCC) is a multidisciplinary organization that teaches students the basics of professionalizing campaigns, including: campaign strategy, graphic design, voter mobilization, and debate techniques. Faculty in political science, behavioral psychology, graphic design and art, communication studies, theater, and journalism share their expertise with students. Members use their skills to manage campaigns for student government president. Two campus leaders laid the groundwork for the unique group, which is funded by the Student Association, Inc.
- CCC members apply campaign manage techniques to student government campaigns.
- CCC members apply their knowledge and skills by working on candidates campaigns for public office.
- CCC members run for public office.
- CCC members pursue graduate degrees in related fields, such as campaign management, public administration, public policy, and legal studies.
- Several CCC members hold public office (e. g., mayor and city council) or work in government (e .g., legislative assistant, state party caucus research and policy assistant, state party media relations, and the Department of State).
- Several CCC members are pursuing or have earned graduate degrees in applied campaign management, public administration, public policy and law.
AAPC 2012 Annual Pollie Awards and Conference
Cal Campaign Consultants sent two students to the American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC) 2012 Annual Pollie Awards & Conference in Austin, Texas.
At the conference, students had the opportunity to network with industry professionals and hear presentations focusing on key issues facing the political consulting industry, including the 2012 Presidential race.
Students who attended the conference:
- Camilla Cionni
- Anthony Rago
Pathway to Civility National Conference of College Leaders
Student members of Cal U Campaign Consultants will attend the Pathway to Civility: National Conference of College Leaders at Allegheny College May 15-17.
The conference is designed to enhance respectful political dialogue on college and university campuses.
Students who are attending:
- Precious Bangura
- Michael Cavanaugh
- Camilla Cionni
- Courtney Cochran
- Sean Hudson