Reimagining Education

CEAM sets January advocacy training workshops across Missouri

Whether you are a student, parent, teacher or school leader, learning how to be a better advocate is key to improving education across Missouri.

This January, CEAM is taking it’s advocacy training program on the road, with two nights of trainings set in Columbia, Springfield, Kansas City and St. Louis.

Our advocacy training programs have helped hundreds of advocates share their stories of educational opportunity, fight for change and engage other advocates.

Our January trainings will provide key skills for education freedom advocates over two weeks.

The first week in each of the cities will focus on how to tell your story.

Your story of self has the power to influence the minds of others and be a catalyst for change.

In this training, you will learn how to effectively craft your story and deliver it in a compelling way. 

The second week will focus on taking that story to the state capitol to help change the education landscape in Missouri.

Come learn how to make the most out of a day at the state capitol.

You’ll leave knowing how to prepare for a day trip, when it’s effective to go, what to expect while you’re there and how to follow up from your trip so you won’t be forgotten.

Make sure your elected officials are working for you!

All workshops will be held from 6-8 pm with dinner provided.


Summit Preparatory Academy, 202 E Walnut Lawn St, Springfield, MO 65807

Monday, Jan. 13 – Tell Your Story!

Monday, Jan. 20 – A Trip To The Capitol

Kansas City

St Pius X High School, 1500 NE 42nd Terrace, Kansas City, MO 64116

Tuesday, Jan. 14 – Tell Your Story

Tuesday, Jan. 21 – A Trip To The Capitol


Campus Lutheran Church, 304 S College Ave
Columbia, MO 65201

Wednesday, Jan. 15 – Tell Your Story

Thursday, Jan. 22 – Tell Your Story

St. Louis

Cardinal Rigali Center, 20 Archbishop May Dr., St. Louis, MO 63119

Wednesday, Jan. 16 – A Trip To The Capitol

Thursday, Jan. 23 – A Trip To The Capitol

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