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STEM program participants outside of the US Capitol Building during NAC 2019.

Hello Robotics Teams, Students, Parents and Mentors!

Registration for the 2022 SASA National Advocacy Conference is now open!

Join us June 26 - 28, 2022 for the unique opportunity to advocate for STEM education on the national level as a high school robotics participant. This conference will take place in person in Washington, DC. During the conference, you’ll become equipped with everything you need to have impactful meetings with Members of Congress, Senators, and their staff.Not only will you drive positive change within the robotics community, you will also gain confidence, speaking skills, and a greater understanding of the legislative process.

SASA members get a discounted registration rate. To take advantage of this, please sign up for membership to activate this year's discount at www.mysasa.org/join-now.

Find out all the details and register at www.mysasa.org/nac or click the button below. Please contact our staff at staff@mysasa.org with any questions.


Robotics program participants meeting with White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) staff during NAC 2019.

About SASA

The Student Association for STEM Advocacy (SASA) is a 501(c)4 non-profit corporation founded in 2020 with the mission to strengthen, coordinate, and grow advocacy efforts by and for students. SASA runs the National Advocacy Conference (NAC) annually every June in Washington, DC and promotes state advocacy efforts within STEM communities. To learn more and join our efforts, go to mysasa.org.

Application closes February 20th

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