Thank You for Supporting Your CCST Science Fellows on #GivingTuesday

November 28, 2017 | ,  

Today is #GivingTuesday — a day each year when we are especially proud to wear our identity as a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization. As a nonprofit, CCST relies on the support of philanthropic individuals and foundations to sustain our operations — and we are grateful to all who have.

When you support our CCST Science & Technology Policy Fellowship program, you help train PhD scientists to become policy-savvy staffers who directly advise California state legislators.

Gifts of all sizes help offset costs for our training boot camp and for professional development throughout a fellowship year. A $50 donation can help us print print business cards for new fellows. A $100 donation can help us prepare materials for our Mock Hearing simulation. A $500 donation can help send a CCST Science Fellow on conference travel to broaden their network and reach.

To all who have donated, and to all who have helped inspire a prospective fellow or connected CCST with a philanthropic friend — thank you for helping us make California’s policies stronger with science!

The 2017 CCST Science & Technology Policy Fellows.
The 2017 CCST Science & Technology Policy Fellows.

The California Council on Science and Technology is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created via the California State Legislature to advise the State of California on issues of science and technology. No goods or services will be provided in exchange for your contribution. ID #94-3093624.

The CCST Science & Technology Policy Fellowship trains scientific thinkers to be policy-savvy, while helping equip California’s lawmakers with science-savvy staff. Follow updates from the CCST Science Fellows on Facebook at facebook.com/ccstfellows and on Twitter @CCSTFellows. Explore the CCST Science & Technology Policy Fellowship here.

 

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