Tag: Congressional Staff

Working with Congress and Congressional Staff, a Four-Course Series on CD

Working with Congress and Congressional Staff, a Four-Course Series on CD

A Capitol Learning Audio CourseTM This four course series gives public and governmental affairs professionals from agencies, associations, corporations, nonprofits, and congressional offices an overview and review of the major aspects of working with Congress and congressional staff. Also perfect for novices to who want an introduction to legislative affairs and government relations. Four audio […]

Working with Congress and Congressional Staff, a Four-Course Series on CD

Working with Congress and Congressional Staff, a Four-Course Series on CD

A Capitol Learning Audio CourseTM This four course series gives public and governmental affairs professionals from agencies, associations, corporations, nonprofits, and congressional offices an overview and review of the major aspects of working with Congress and congressional staff. Also perfect for novices to who want an introduction to legislative affairs and government relations. Four audio […]

Working with Congress and Congressional Staff, a Four-Course Series on CD

Working with Congress and Congressional Staff, a Four-Course Series on CD

A Capitol Learning Audio CourseTM This four course series gives public and governmental affairs professionals from agencies, associations, corporations, nonprofits, and congressional offices an overview and review of the major aspects of working with Congress and congressional staff. Also perfect for novices to who want an introduction to legislative affairs and government relations. Four audio […]

Understanding “Congressional Culture”

Understanding “Congressional Culture”

“Congressional culture” is comprised of a mix of youthful staff, optimistic freshman members, cynical reporters, seasoned members, and crusty senators. This can often result in a clash of both the old and new. photo credit: Mr. T in DC In evaluating congressional culture, it is important to understand the working environment of Congress. That environment […]