The resources compiled here are available to assist in your chapter and individual advocacy efforts on behalf of Fulbright.
For additional advocacy materials, or with any questions, please reach out to Samantha Lore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is the Association’s “ask” of Congressional leaders. You can download it to provide to members of Congress during your advocacy visits.
Share this one-sheet, explaining the basics of the Fulbright Program: mission, history, alumni facts, funding, and resources. Share this one-sheet, explaining the basics of the Fulbright Program: mission, history, alumni facts, funding, and resources.
These one-pagers from the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and include key state-specific facts and figures.
Complete and submit this report after every Advocacy meeting.
Chapter Advocacy Directors: use this checklist for your local advocacy.
Use this document as a script to schedule meetings with your district office.
Chapter Leaders: use this script to coordinate advocacy with Fulbrighters in your local district.
Chapter Advocacy Directors: use this sheet to document scheduled advocacy meetings in your chapter.
Use this document to location the appropriate contact for advocacy in your district.
Fulbrighters are Nobel Prize winners, MacArthur Foundation Fellows, Pulitzer Prize winners, heads of state and government, and so much more.
Ashley Conard interviews U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) about the value and impact of the Fulbright Program.
See page 25 and onward for important information on funding.