The Leadership Institute's webinar series brings conservative activists free, live political training. Every other week, LI faculty host one-hour web episodes that offer the expert, nuts-and-bolts knowledge Institute training is known for -- plus live Q&A and online chat.
How to Start Your Career in Online Journalism, is scheduled for Friday September 11, at 2 PM ET.
Speaker: David Martosko
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Can I ask questions during or after the training?
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Can I pause the training video?
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Who are the speakers for LI's webinars?
The speakers are experts in their respective fields. They generously volunteer their time and expertise for LI students because they, like the Institute, want to increase the number and effectiveness of conservative activists in the public policy process.
How is this training free?
Generous Leadership Institute donors have made this program available at no cost to activists like you because they believe in training the next generation of conservative leaders.