ICPR holds periodic events, open to the public as well as semi-annual fund-raising events. For a listing of events click on our events tab.
ICPR has an active, volunteer Board of Directors (as well as a separate advisory board). Individuals interested in taking a more demanding role in ICPR’s activities are welcome to submit applications to serve on the ICPR Board. Please email us requesting additional information if you are interested in exploring the possibility of joining the ICPR Board.
ICPR relies upon assistance from interns and volunteers. The ideal candidate will have an understanding of the political process and an interest in Illinois politics. Candidates should possess excellent research, writing and interpersonal skills. ICPR is flexible and willing to work around other obligations though we ask that interns be available for at least 15 hours each week for the duration of the 26-week internship. Generally we are not able to provide a stipend to interns for their work but we can provide course credit, upon approval of instructor. If you are interested in more information, please email our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at (312) 436-1274.
ICPR also depends on contributions from individuals and grants from foundations to fund its operation. To make a contribution to ICPR (which is a 501(c)(3) corporation) click here to make a donation.
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