Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network undergraduate public policy ideas
Posted by on April 21, 2014
The 10 Ideas Series is a publication of the Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network and is a premier journal for representing undergraduate public policy ideas.
Who We Are
Established in the wake of the 2004 election, the Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network was formed by college students across the country in order to engage our generation as powerful actors in the policy process. They envisioned a movement in which young people could fill the critical ideas gap in their communities, generating new solutions for the nation’s greatest challenges.
We believe in the value of a robust and active democracy, one in which all citizens have the opportunity to positively impact communities they love. By giving students a platform to elevate their ideas for local, regional, and national change, we contribute to that vision.
What Is 10 Ideas?
Now in its sixth year, the 10 Ideas series promotes the most promising student-generated ideas from across our network. Each year students from across our 115 chapter strong network submit to our journals resulting in, after several rigorous rounds of edits, the top 60 ideas being published. This year’s journals stand as a testament to the depth and breadth of these student ideas.
Entries in 10 Ideas are selected for publication on the basis that they are smart, rigorously researched, and feasible. Simply put, they’re darn good ideas.
Read more about 10 Ideas from our Vice President of Networks
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