Good ideas need smart digital strategy to spread. The Revere Project trains and equips digital communications professionals to power the conservative movement.
Digital communication isn’t rocket science. But, it does take training, practice, and mentorship. The Revere Project has tapped industry leaders to create a training program that will graduate digital and communications professionals with the skills necessary to win the messaging war.
Paul Revere took a clear message straight to the people and changed the course of American history. The Revere Project aims to equip a new generation of communicators with the same powerful voice today.
Training seminars, created by experts, designed to prepare participants to lead well-rounded digital and media communication strategies.
Regular gatherings of digital communications professionals to network, share successes, and strategize for the future.
Congressional Communications Seminar
June 18 - July 16, 2021
The Conservative Partnership Institute and Revere Project will be hosting a four-week in-person training seminar for Capitol Hill communicators looking to sharpen their communications skills.
Classes will be taught by veteran Congressional communicators and will give participants the strategy and tactics to level up their member’s social media presence.
We regularly host happy hours, events and opportunities to connect with other senior digital and communications professionals. Add your name to get updates of future events. For questions, please email email@example.com
The Revere Project is a venture of the Conservative Partnership Institute
CPI is led by former Congressman and Senator Jim DeMint and a team of experienced Capitol Hill veterans who have fought and beaten back the Washington establishment. The organization has access to the best policy research and scholars in the conservative movement, unmatched expertise in House and Senate procedure, and the relationships necessary to help conservatives on Capitol Hill succeed in restoring America to its founding principles.