THE DRIVING FORCE FOR CHANGE
The Congressional Progressive Caucus Center (CPC Center) is an outside entity that will leverage the power of the Congressional Progressive Caucus by creating critically needed infrastructure within the progressive community.
The Center is a bridge that links the progressive caucus with the broader progressive movement. We bring community leaders, organizers, advocates, unions and policy experts together to build people-led cutting edge policy, message guidance and a unified strategy to drive progressive ideas and reforms into the public debate.
The CPC Center is dedicated to making sure the voices of the people on the front lines are heard in Congress.
By working with outside partners - community organizers, advocacy groups, labor unions, and think tanks - we provide resources outlining the interests of the American people. The CPC Center convenes progressive stakeholders from across our movement to advance cutting-edge, independent policy analysis and most importantly, work to pass progressive policies that make a difference in people’s everyday lives.
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CBO Report Shows Minimum Wage would Benefit workers & Economy
Read our Policy Director Alan Barber’s statement on the CBO’s report on the Raise the Wage Act.
CPC Center Condemns trump’s threatened mass raids
“We know that separating children from their families is inflicting trauma on children from which they may never, ever recover. Across this country, kids are worried that their parents will be taken while they are at school. These actions violate of our deepest values.”
The 2019 Progressive Strategy Summit, Oct 24-25th
The Progressive Strategy Summit is a cornerstone event for the progressive movement. The Summit brings together members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, state and local elected leaders, grassroots organizers, activists, strategists, researchers, policy wonks and artists from every corner of the progressive movement to connect, reflect and plan. Join us on October 24-25th in Washington, DC.
$15 Minimum Wage Must be the Law of the Land
CPC Center Executive Director Liz Watson explains why we must pass a strong $15 an hour minimum wage, not a regional wage that will leave millions of workers in a race to the bottom for low wages.
CPC Center Announces Liz Watson as New Executive Director
Liz Watson brings to the CPCC nearly two decades of experience in the progressive movement. She previously served as the Labor Policy Director for the House Education and the Workforce Committee Democrats, the Executive Director of the Georgetown Center on Poverty, Inequality, and Public Policy, and the Director of Workplace Justice at the National Women's Law Center.
The Congressional Progressive Caucus Center (CPC Center) seeks an Organizing Director to work closely with progressive movement to coordinate field and organizing strategy to help move issues forward in the public in support of CPC Center policy priorities. This role presents an exciting opportunity…
FINANCE AND OPERATIONS DIRECTOR
The Congressional Progressive Caucus Center (CPC Center) seeks a Finance and Operations Director to oversee the financial management of its growing organization. This position will also oversee human resources and all operations, including office administration, purchase and vendor agreements, and consulting…
The Congressional Progressive Caucus Center seeks a Development Director to implement the Center’s overall development strategy and provide leadership and management for the day-to-day fundraising operations…
The Development Associate will be the primary support for the Congressional Progressive Caucus Center’s fundraising operations. The Development Associate will aid in implementing the fundraising plan, support the leadership in their fundraising activities, and…
Congressional Progressive Caucus Center (CPC Center) has launched an educational fellowship to help emerging progressive leaders gain experience in public service. Our 2019 fellows class is complete but if you are interested in applying, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.