Join us as we work together to influence our elected officials in supporting legislation and policies that promote resource democracy.
There are several ways you can support the work of Economic Democracy Advocates as a member.
Once you become a member, there are many different areas to volunteer in EDA. We’ll make it work for your schedule and availability. When you join EDA, filling out a brief survey on your background, skills and interests will help us learn a little more about you to see where we could utilize your skills and experience.
No matter what kind of work you do, everyone has transferable skills that can be applied to a variety of situations.
Volunteering in EDA is a great opportunity to learn new things, work collaboratively with an exceptional group of committed individuals, and further our work.
The more people we have, the lighter the workload for everyone.
Here are some examples of ways you can volunteer:
As an Active Member you’re expected to participate in EDA elections. Since you did not participate in two consecutive elections, you have been moved to Supporting Member status.
If your status changes because of non-participation in two consecutive elections, you will be notified by email. If your status has changed and you’d like to be an Active member,
Click this link and fill out a form to request a change of status to Active.
No, only Active Members can hold an office.
Yes, in fact we encourage all active and supporting members to join our Action teams. Even if you don’t have the time to volunteer, it’s a good idea to sit in on some of the team meetings to learn more about projects they’re working on. Learn more about our Action teams:
State Legislation; Advocacy; Research; Education
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EDA News is a monthly publication that includes updates on our activities, feature stories, events, comments from members and reviews of articles from other sources.