As a government worker, you’ve got to take care of yourself so you’re able to care for the country. How can you practice self-care to reduce stress?
Posts Tagged: election
Maintaining election integrity isn’t easy, but it’s work that could change the outcome of this election and the future of our governmental institutions.
When Greg Vartan ran for office in a New Jersey small town, he learned a couple key lessons about running a local campaign as a millennial.
To recap, the first tenant Prop 435 stands for is crowd-sourcing the political agenda. We want to be true representatives of those we serve and work to combat the historical notion that we will serve ourselves.
In the digital age when information and communication can come at such rapid rates, crowd-sourcing is an obvious next step in the evolution of our democracy.
We will not lean right, we will not lean left, but we must lean forward. The Millennial voice, along with many others, is not being heard or represented in our Nation’s highest governing body.
The word “unprecedented” has been used repeatedly throughout the election and now the transition. Knowing that history has a way of repeating itself, we wanted to take a look too see if it is in fact unprecedented.
For those who are a bit tired of fighting the good fight – whether it’s on women’s issues or any other cause – here are a few tips to keep yourself motivated:
It’s easy to be distracted by changes, especially the unexpected ones. But don’t forget that there are persistent issues that we’re still trying to tackle in government. This month’s reading list focuses on those constant concerns (mostly).
How can a group of individuals spread across the globe, working behind their personal computers, with no real budget, successfully take down organizations and governments with millions—sometimes billions—of dollars to spend on cybersecurity?