Resources from ADP/PEP at Stockton
ADP/PEP regularly hosts programs and develops resources to help members of the Stockton community navigate the political process--use these resources to maximize the impact of your political involvement and advocacy efforts.
How to Contact Congress
In this PowerPoint presentation, you'll find step-by-step information to make your contacts with your Representatives and Senators effective and impactful. Apply the same tips in your contacts with your elected officials at any level.
This two-page handout offers a quick reference to help you reach to your members of Congress effectively.
How to Organize in Politics
In this PowerPoint presentation, you'll find information about different ways to get involved in politics--through organized groups, through political parties, and through local governing boards.
Stockton offers a variety of civic, co-curricular, and academic engagement opportunities.
- Political Engagement Project
- Stockton Pride Alliance
- New Jersey Green College
- Sustainable Living Learning Community
- Stockton Water Watch Program
- Live Feed to energy generated by campus solar panels
- Living and Learning Communities
- Clubs and Organizations
- Fraternities and Sororities
- Commuter and Non-Traditional Students
- Student Senate
Centers and Galleries
Community & Government Resources
Do you want to find community partners? Check out the following links:
Need to contact/find your local, state or federal government officials? The following links will help:
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