Registration now open for Fall Policy Boot Camps in Tulsa and Edmond

P1020339Do you want to learn more about the state budget, criminal justice reform, poverty, and other critical policy issues affecting our state? If so, you’re in luck: registration is now open for OK Policy’s second Fall Policy Boot Camp (FallPol). This year, we will host two FallPols — one at OSU-Tulsa on Friday, October 14th and one at Oklahoma Christian University in Edmond on Saturday, October 15th.

FallPol is an intensive, one-day policy training intended primarily for emerging professionals working for non-profits, advocacy groups, government, and businesses, as well as educators, parents, civic volunteers, and other rising leaders with an interest in Oklahoma issues but without in-depth familiarity with the state’s policy landscape. Advocates and professionals with expertise in one policy area who wish to be better informed across a broader canvas of issues will find this training especially useful.

The program is a condensed version of the four-day Summer Policy Institute (SPI) for college students. It will feature overview presentations by OK Policy staff on the state’s major policy issues, as well as breakout sessions on the legislative process, diversity and inclusion, advocacy, and research techniques. You can see the full schedule here.

You can register for the Tulsa FallPol here or the Edmond Fallpol here. The cost of registration is $105 and includes breakfast and lunch. Early bird registration is available at a discounted rate of $90 until Friday, September 23rd. The final deadline to register is Saturday, October 10th. All sales are final.

Space is limited, so register soon to ensure your spot in the program!

If you need financial assistance to attend, send an email providing a brief description of your circumstances to Please indicate whether you need a full scholarship or a partial scholarship ($45 registration). A limited number of scholarships will be made available on a first come, first served basis. The scholarship deadline is September 30th.

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Gene Perry worked for OK Policy from 2011 to 2019. He is a native Oklahoman and a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a B.A. in history and an M.A. in journalism.

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