WASHINGTON, D.C. – Cygnal, America’s most accurate private political polling firm, is proud to announce the launch of its new program, “30 Under Thirty: America’s Rising Republican Operatives,” aimed at identifying, recognizing, and connecting the next generation of young political leaders under the age of 30.
“America’s Rising Republican Operatives” is a platform that seeks to identify, support, and amplify the career growth of young Republican operatives who are making a difference in government, politics, or advocacy groups. The program will create an invaluable network connecting fellows to like-minded peers that will broaden opportunities and create lasting connections for the rest of their careers.
“30 Under Thirty” is an exciting new initiative that will help us identify and support the rising generation of ambitious and talented professionals in the Republican Party,” said Chris Lane, a Pollster and Director of Client Strategy at Cygnal. “Through this program, we aim to provide a network for young Republican operatives to connect with each other, grow their careers, and make an impact in their communities.”
The program will identify and recognize the 30 most promising Republican operatives under the age of 30 each year. Fellows will receive a variety of benefits, including recognition on the Cygnal website and social media channels, access to mentorship and support from successful professionals in the industry, and opportunities to participate in training and professional development programs.
“We believe that by creating a community of like-minded young professionals and providing them with the resources and support they need to succeed, we can build a stronger and more effective Republican party,” said Lane.
Applications for are open to all Republican operatives under the age of 30 who have demonstrated a track record of success in government, politics, or advocacy groups, or can be nominated by professionals within the industry who believe in the immediate and long-term potential of rising stars. Applications can be submitted through the Cygnal website, and the 30 fellows will be selected by a panel of experts in the field.
For more information about the program, including how to apply or nominate someone, visit the Cygnal website.