“For years I’ve wished there was a comprehensive study of the impact of the Center for Third World Organizing’s Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program. And now Lynn Roberts is doing one! MAAP alums please take the survey – 45 minutes, you get a $20 bookstore certificate.“ – Rinku Sen, President & Publisher, Race Forward, Colorlines.com
Calling all MAAP Alums to complete a CUNY survey of the impact of MAAP on civic and political engagement by Friday, March 27!
Lynn Roberts, Assistant Professor, CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College and Roderick Watts, Professor in the Hunter College School of Social Work are conducting a research study titled “Predicting Future Civic and Political Engagement from the Experiences of High School and College Students.” The purpose of this study is to explore the relationship between early life experiences, participation in activism training or a college course in community organizing, and sustained civic and political engagement. The results of this study may inform identity development in activists and provide new insights for the education and training of future activists and practitioners. You will have the opportunity to reflect on your experiences and commitments to civic and political engagement. This might provide valuable insights that will be helpful in your future life and career development.
For your participation in this study you will receive a $20 bookstore gift certificate that will be redeemable on-line after completion of the survey. If you have any questions or would prefer to complete the survey off-line, contact Dr. Lynn Roberts at (212) 396-7742 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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