The NDTC has educated over 13,000 Democratic Party candidates nationally with its highly recommended online course focusing on core campaign skills. Rust Belt Rising’s programs are designed to complement the NDTC’s trainings: NDTC teaches nuts and bolts campaigning skills in a nonpartisan way; Rust Belt Rising is Midwest regional and helps Democratic candidates connect with voters on the bread-and-butter issues that matter most to working families. Learn more and sign up.
Run for Something helps recruit and support first-time progressive millennial (40 and under) candidates who are running for local office. Through partnerships, resources, mentorship, and coaching, candidates are positioned to be leaders who will advocate for progressive values now and for the next 30 years. Learn more about who they endorse, who they fund, and introduce yourself.
Ragtag is a group of community and civic activists working together online and in their communities to build technology for social good. They represent 400+ volunteers who are donating their experience and expertise in technology to boost and facilitate offline community building. Learn more and request assistance at Ragtag.org.
The Emerging Leaders Project provides free training and mentorship to a diverse cadre of rising Hoosier Democrats between the ages of 21 to 40 from each of the state’s nine congressional districts. Members join a network of 200 alumni working in public service throughout Indiana. Learn more and apply at EmergingLeadersProject.org.
Interested in partnering with Rust Belt Rising to train Democratic candidates? Contact us today. We are interested in forming new training partnerships and welcome your input.