Student & Alumni Advocates

Current Byte Back students and alumni, please join us in advocating for funding and policies that benefit you, like free tech education! 

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Why Participate

  • Have your voice heard
  • Make your community better
  • Practice your public speaking, writing, and organizing skills
  • Advocate for continuing and new opportunities (like Byte Back’s free training) for more adults
  • Possible opportunity to organize more activities with Byte Back through an internship or other resume-building opportunity

Opportunities to Participate

  • Read your testimony for 3 minutes in front of DC Councilmembers at performance and budget hearings. Byte Back staff will help you write your testimony, prepare, and attend. Potential opportunities are:
    • March 25 – DC Public Library budget hearing
    • March 30 – Department of Employment Services budget hearing
    • March 31 – Department of Human Services budget hearing
    • April 9 – Office of the Chief Technology Officer budget hearing
  • April 2 – Attend an Advocacy Day at DC Council and speak directly with Councilmembers
  • April 8 – Attend a Capitol Hill Day to advocate for adult education nationwide

Who Should Participate?

  • YOU! Current student or alumni who is ready to share your thoughts in support of yourself, your community, and organizations you benefit from and believe in, including Byte Back
Student Advocates
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