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Make Progress National Summit 2013
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A conference bringing together over 600 young people from progressive organizations to build our generation’s vision for 2020 and to hear from leading activists who are committed to working together to tackle the major issues facing our generation.

When: 7/17/2013
Where: JW Marriot
1331 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, District of Columbia  20004
United States
Contact: Campus Progress

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Each year, Campus Progress convenes hundreds of youth leaders, student activists, and organizers to tackle the major issues facing young people in the United States.

Please join us on July 17th at the JW Marriott in Washington, D.C., as we embark on a new path to build our generation’s vision for 2020 and outline strategies for engagement. This year, Campus Progress is joined by leading progressive organizations, including Advocates for Youth, AFL-CIO Next UP Young Worker Program, Bus Federation, Camp Wellstone, Democracy Alliance Youth Engagement Fund, Generations Initiative, Rock the Vote, Roosevelt Institute Campus Network, Working America, Young Invincibles.

With the help of our partner organizations, we have an exciting day planned featuring an array of progressive speakers, panelists, and workshops – and it’s free!  As of now, the lineup of main stage speakers includes Senator Elizabeth Warren, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, Congressman Keith Ellison, and Chris Hughes, with many more to come. We'll be talking about topics such as immigration reform, college affordability, gun violence prevention, the expanding millennial electorate,  youth unemployment and jobs – and giving skills trainings to boot!

Space at the conference and related events is extremely limited. Apply early for the best chance to attend. We will notify all applicants on a rolling basis by July 17th. Only attendees with confirmed registration will be permitted to enter the conference—no exceptions.

Questions? Check out our FAQs. If your question isn’t there or you’re not sure if your application has been approved, email