Every day in DC offers boundless opportunities for growth and experience, especially if you’re into politics, but I feel as if Spring 2019 is a bit stacked. If you’re nearby, come visit for a day or a weekend and take in the amazing opportunity to network with like-minded individuals. Whether you’re here to promote your career, to learn, to network with other conservative, or simply to see the sites, these are all great events to take part of in DC this Spring.

CPAC–February 27-March 2nd

The pre-emeninent event for conservatives every Spring is the Conservative Political Action Conference, organized by the American Conservative Union. Held at National Harbor, just outside of DC, CPAC is an action packed few days of networking events, high-profile speakers, happy hours, and panel discussions on your favorite issues. Come patrol the booths of your favorite organizations, meet some of your favorite political pundits, and be amazed by the speakers you’ll hear.

Young Americans for Freedom Training Seminar–January 25th and 26th

If you’re new to the conservative movement and still in college, a YAF training seminar is invaluable. They’ll teach you to plan successful speaker events on your campus, host petitions that highlight liberal hypocrisy, how to get money from your school, and how to handle media backlash when you bring a prominent speaker to campus.

March for Life–January 18th

If you’re a pro-life conservative in the DC area, head to the March for Life. It’s a march through Capitol Hill and towards the Supreme Court in support of the unborn. Come bundled up for a cold day, prepare your signs, and be ready to talk to like-minded pro-life people and stand up for those who cannot stand up for themselves.

Be the Parent Please: Stop Banning Seesaws and Start Banning Snapchat–January 25th

Join the American Enterprise Institute for a interesting discussion on parenting, technology, and how lucky we young ones are to have made it this far. You don’t have to be a parent to benefit from this discussion on technology in the home and in our lives and the efforts being made by Silicon Valley in the meantime.

Lady First: The World of First Lady Sara K Polk Book Talk–February 16th

If you love books and first ladies and history, head over to Politics and Prose for this enlightening book talk with Amy S Greenberg, author of the new book Lady First: The World of First Lady Sara K Polk. You can even get your book signed, though the event is free to attend. First ladies are fascinating people, especially in a world that so often condemns women known as wives. Come see how even a first lady can be so much more.

Aryssa D
FFL Cabinet Member