Careers at Voices

Voices for Georgia’s Children (www.georgiavoices.org) is celebrating 15 years as an independent non-profit organization that seeks to ensure all children to be safe, healthy, educated, connected to family and community, and prepared to be productive and responsible citizens. As advocates for the next generation, our primary functions are education and research, communication, coalition building, and public and legislative advocacy. We believe that sound, research-based public policy provides the basis for adequate investment, effective systems, and productive programs that will lead to good outcomes for children. To achieve policy change we provide elected officials, agency and community leaders with the information, experience, and constituent voice that support sound decisions about children. Voices plays a key role in several statewide coalitions, state leadership initiatives, and fosters a team environment where most projects engage multiple members of the staff to achieve excellence.

 
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The Assembly, Wile E. and Me
The Assembly, Wile E. and Me

When people hear what I do for a living, namely lobbying children’s issues at the state house, their eyebrows raise,  a lot of times their heads tilt, and with a slight, full-body tremor, they...

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Introducing: Polly's Two-Minute Take
Introducing: Polly's Two-Minute Take

https://home/georgiav/public_html.youtube.com/watch?v=r92VK7Zl9SYWelcome to Polly’s Two Minute Take, a new (hopefully) weekly video series here at Voices for Georgia’s Children featuring...

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Biggest Wins for Children in 2014
Biggest Wins for Children in 2014

The life of a child advocate is busy, and your time is limited –– we understand. So when emails and news articles announcing the latest and greatest kid-related developments in Georgia hit your...

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Even More Good News for Georgia Babies
Even More Good News for Georgia Babies

The announcement on December 10 about Georgia’s Department of Early Care and Learning receiving a national Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grant was just part of the story.  Seven...

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