week 2:

KICK-OFF EVENT

 

Join us for our kick-off event, a panel discussion with local lawmakers, activists, and community leaders as we seek to answer the question, "Why are millennials so disconnected from government and what can we do to change that?"

Featuring Governor Michael Dukakis, Assemblymembers Sebastian Ridley-Thomas, Richard Bloom, and Mike Gipson plus UC Regent Marcela Ramirez!

Thursday, January 19th, 2017, 7PM.

Doors open at 6:30PM. 

Ackerman Union Bruin Reception Room (2nd Floor, across from the Ackerman Grand Ballroom).

Please RSVP using the form. Space will not  be guaranteed for those who do not RSVP.  (Having issues with the form? Email usaEVP@asucla.ucla.edu). 

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Week 2:

WOMEN'S MARCH LOS ANGELES

Our second event will allow us to practice those group organizing skills as we join thousands of others at the Women's March Los Angeles (open to all!).

Saturday, January 21st at 6:30AM. 

We will be providing FREE bus transportation to and from the march in Pershing Square from UCLA (intersection of Strathmore and Gayley) at 6:30AM. 

6:30 am - Load buses at Strathmore and Gayley
7:00 am - Leave UCLA
8:00 am - Arrive at Pershing Square
9:00 am - March will gather
10:00 - 11:30 am - March
11:30 - 3:00 pm - Food trucks, speakers, and vendors
Approximately 3 pm - Leave DTLA (TBD)

SPACE IS LIMITED AND WILL BE COMPLETELY FILLED. PLEASE RSVP USING THE BUTTON BELOW TO GUARANTEE YOUR SPOT. If the form is closed, then spots are no longer available. 


week 3:

phone banking 101 (Fund the uc!)

 

Phone banking is for more than just elections. Lawmakers actively look to constituent phone call data to determine how to move forward on an issue. Join us as we try out some different scripts and make some calls of our own as we push the state for greater UC funding!

Learn more about our partner campaign, Fund the UC at fundtheuc.org

Thursday, January 26th, 6-8PM in Bunche Hall 3211.


Week 4:

ACTIVIST CLUB FAIR 

So you're feeling pretty motivated to start taking action, but you're still looking for a support network to make all this stuff a little bit easier? 

Join us for a mini-club fair with different social action groups at UCLA and come find the group for you! Each club will have a chance to share about their cause and discuss how you can get involved. Afterwards, stick around to network with different organizers and munch on some snacks.

Are you a part of a social action group at UCLA? Send us an email to usaEVP@asucla.ucla.edu!


Week 5:

LOBBYING WORKSHOP

Hosted by UCLA Government and Community Relations

Thought lobbying is only for the rich and famous? Think again! You, yes YOU, have the ability to influence lawmakers through direct advocacy. Come learn how to schedule meetings, get in with the right people, convey your message, and walk away feeling like a superstar. 

The workshop is open to those attending UC Day in Sacramento (March 7/8th) and those who may be interested in a future advocacy day with our office.

The workshop will include:

  • Overview of the California state budget and its impact on UC
  • Opportunities to practice telling your unique UCLA story
  • Social media advocacy tips

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Dinner will be provided

UCLA Wilshire Center - 15th Floor Large Conference Room

10920 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1500, Los Angeles CA 90024

To RSVP please contact Randall Avila at 310-794-6817 orRavila@support.ucla.edu.


WEEK 5:

Local Politics and you

Local elections often impact us more than we realize. In this event, we will discuss how you can effect change through the upcoming March election.

On March 7th, Los Angeles voters will be electing new school board members, a new city council, and our next Mayor. 

But most importantly, Measure S, a citywide ballot initiative, will DRASTICALLY LIMIT NEW HOUSING DEVELOPMENT across the city: in Westwood, new projects will be capped at a maximum of 3 stories tall. As Bruins, we are already facing some of the highest housing costs in the nation -- a limit on new housing construction is the last thing we need. 

Help SAVE STUDENT HOUSING. Join us, the folks that brought you BruinsVOTE! last fall, to turn out the vote and make sure Measure S fails. In a local election like this one, 5,000 Bruins voting could reasonably flip the result!

Thursday, February 9th, 2017                                                                          Humanities A65, 6 - 8pm

>> RSVP: Join the campaign using this Google form: https://goo.gl/forms/7dAA0n22o7EAWq9M2


WEEK 7:

LAUSD School Board Debate

What:
The UCLA EVP Office will be partnering with Professor Pedro Noguera to bring a LAUSD school board debate on campus. The debate will feature 4 candidates running for school board membership of District 4. The event will be hosted by Professor Pedro Noguera, an education professor at UCLA. The candidates will be answering questions regarding educational policy, school of choice, and funding, among other things. Questions will be asked from students in Professor Pedro Noguera’s Educational Policy Class, as well as, there will also be a period in the end for those in attendance to as if they would like to do so. short time for people in attendance as well as others that would like to do so. Space is limited, so we ask you to arrive promptly. Seats will be assigned according to first come first serve.


When:
Wednesday February 22, 2017
10:A.M.


Where:
Kerckhoff Grand Salon, 308 Westwood Plaza, Kerckhoff Hall Level 2, Los Angeles, CA 90095


Do you have an event idea for the 2017: Millennials Take Charge campaign? Send us an email to usaEVP@asucla.ucla.edu and let's start planning together!