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The Millennial Action Project is a national organization dedicated to renewing American democracy through next generation leadership.


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"...There is a strong and growing undercurrent beginning in the halls of Congress."
What It’s Like to Be a Millennial in Congress
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"We collectively feel an impatience in wanting to get results..."
Generation-Y Lawmakers Form New Caucus For Millennials
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"...Millennials approach politics and government in ways that just might lead us out of today’s intractable gridlock."
Viewpoint: The Millennial Generation Can Lead Us Out of Gridlock
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MAP Speaks on Harvard Institute of Politics Panel on Bipartisan Advocacy

1234800_10153499374305271_1442566371_nEngaging the rising generation of public servants, MAP joins leading bipartisan advocacy organizations at Harvard University conference.

MAP's President Pens Op-Ed on National Service

steven olikara millennial action projectMillennial social entrepreneurs, impact investors, and policymakers are forging a different path forward on national service, creating a new space for "post-partisanship."

Future Caucus Members Introduce Social Impact Bonds Act

481963_616234955068639_1891199931_nThe first federal legislation of its kind, SIBs leverage public-private partnerships to help scale effective social programs.

Aneesh Chopra and MAP President Talk 'Innovative State' at National Press Club

aneesh chopra innovative state millennial action project adviserMAP Advisory Board member, Aneesh Chopra is the author of Innovative State: How New Technologies Can Transform Government.

Future Caucus Co-Chairs Introduce Bipartisan Immigration Bill

schock gabbard future caucusRep. Aaron Schock and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard introduced H.R. 4659 "EB-5 Regional Center Extension Act of 2014."

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