Take a Taste of Emerge Maryland’s training this summer.

Take a Taste of Emerge Maryland's training, a one-day workshop to help you hone your political skills.

This summer offering is a one-day training which includes workshops designed to show you how to lay the foundation and get a head start on your path to political leadership. The workshops will help you navigate your local political landscape, grow and solidify your networks, help you to determine your goals and show you how to lay the groundwork for a future run for office. They will also help you to prepare for our full 75-hour candidate training program. Registrants must be a registered Democrat residing in Maryland and self identify as a woman.

Here is what is being said about this amazing workshop!

“The opportunity to meet like-minded women and to feel the positive energy
of the group was quite inspiring. Both speakers were excellent.”

“I thought the experience was very motivating for someone considering
the possibilities of running for an office, as well as enlightening!”

“Not knowing what to expect, Emerge (Maryland) definitely exceeded my expectations
with the information provided, as well as the testimonials.
I left excited about the possibilities to serve my community.”

“It was amazing being in a room full of supportive women.
And the material given to us is just what l’ve been seeking to learn.”

Join other Democratic women from all over Maryland starting down similar paths in their area. More than 1000 women across the state have taken a Taste of Emerge Maryland!

The workshop includes all of the information you need to know on how to become a leader in your community and what it takes to plan for a future run for office.

 Registrants must be registered Democrats residing in Maryland and self-identify as women.

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Send questions to: contact@emergemaryland.org

Pre-registration is required along with a non-refundable fee. Space will be limited. Registrants must be registered Democrats residing in Maryland and self-identify as a woman.