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On Jan. 20, 2017, President-Elect Donald Trump will become President Donald Trump. With this new president comes a whole helluva lot of new challenges — especially for folks working in the social sector.
That’s why, on the same day as the inauguration, the University of Pennsylvania‘s School of Social Policy and Practice (SP2) is kicking off a free course for people interested in helping identify the top 10 priorities for Trump’s first 100 days.
Participants will work with Penn academics and fellow classmates over those initial 100 days, examining SP2’s policy recommendations, engaging in conversation about “the most important social justice and policy issues” facing the country and develop the top 10 issues and policy recommendations for the incoming administration.
“It is time to put the 2016 election behind us, come together and share ideas,” the enrollment site reads.
The course is free, but the school is offering a verification certificate for $49 for those interested in adding the class to a CV or resume.
If you sign up, drop us a line and share your top 10 priorities.-30-
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