Testifying makes a difference. It shows our representatives that the stakes of these bills are real, and that it is not just their political reputation on the line, it’s human lives.Rachel Weinstock, MSFC leader at Albert Einstein. Read more
MSFC chapters have engaged in advocacy including supporting or opposing bills at local, state, and national levels; engaging in voter turnout, advocacy within state medical societies, and more. The best way to get started is to contact a local organization. See the Advocacy Guide for suggestions.
Here are some advocacy resources to help get you started. We have lots more to connect you with. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need help getting started.
Advocacy Success Stories written by members
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- Our History
- Our Structure
- Starting an MSFC Chapter
- Starting an MSFC Chapter in Hostile Schools
- Chapter Communication with Headquarters
- Student Leaders
- Successful Chapter Activities
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- How can I recruit new members?
- Transitioning Leadership
- Fundraising Resources
- Other MSFC Programs
- Experienced Student Leaders
- Curriculum Reform