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ABOUT:

The Roosevelt Institute, was formerly the "Roosevelt Institute Campus Network" and the "Roosevelt Institution," is the largest nonprofit student policy organization. Partnered with the  Roosevelt Institute, an organization focused on carrying forward the legacy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt, also, Partnered with the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, NY—America’s first presidential library, it is the only library used by a sitting president.

Individual chapters on college campuses conduct research and write policies regarding various public issues. Chapters also, use Roosevelt's policy positions as a tool for systematic change in local communities across the country. The organization also runs a paid summer internship program, publishes a yearly undergraduate journal series and undertakes state-specific policy work.

Who We Are | Roosevelt Institute

PURPOSE:

“Ideas really matter and that big bold progressive ideas in politics are really needed.”

Felicia Wong | CEO and President


“To change the way people think about the economy.”
Nell Abernathy | Vice President of Research and Policy


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WHAT MAKES THE ROOSEVELT INSTITUTE UNIQUE:

It is STUDENT LED.
Research and  policy writing in  regards to  various public issues is also done by students. In addition, chapters use Roosevelt's policy positions as a tool for systematic change in local communities across the country. Roosevelt also runs a paid summer internship program, and publishes a yearly undergraduate journal series.

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The Roosevelt Legacy:

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Improving socio-economic diversity in higher education, making America work for working families, and increasing energy independence.


CONTACT:

570 Lexington Avenue 5th Floor

New York, NY 10022

Phone: (212)444-9120

Email: info@rooseveltinstitute.org



Wiki Contributor: Esther Funez