CSG National Partnership & Sponsorship Opportunities
CSG ASSOCIATES PROGRAM
The CSG Associates Program allows representatives of the private sector, nonprofits and national trade associations to offer their perspectives to public sector members. The CSG Associates Program has two levels of membership: Associate and Leadership Circle. Benefits vary for each level but include complimentary registrations and eligibility for appointment onto CSG standing and public policy committees. CSG Associates have the opportunity to interact with state policymakers through national and regional conferences, leadership development programs, policy work and international exchanges. Membership begins as soon as you sign on and runs for one year from enrollment.
CSG NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Dec. 7-10, 2022
CSG LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
Henry Toll Fellowship
Aug. 26-30, 2022
The Toll Fellowship, named for CSG founder Henry Wolcott Toll, is one of the nation’s premier leadership development programs for state government officials. Each year, the Toll Fellowship brings 48 of the nation’s top officials from all three branches of state government to Lexington, Ky., for an intensive five-day, “leadership boot camp.” The program’s sessions are designed to stimulate personal assessment and growth, while providing priceless networking and relationship-building opportunities.
20 Under 40 Leadership Award
Dec. 7-10, 2022
The CSG 20 Under 40 Leadership Award recognizes the outstanding work of 20 up-and-coming elected and appointed officials from across the country who not only exemplify strong leadership skills but have also demonstrated a true commitment to serving the citizens of their state/territory. Dependent on sponsorship level, CSG Associates can nominate state officials and/or participate in the selection process of this award.
CSG New Legislative Leader Bootcamp
The Council of State Governments is well known for bringing state officials together for intimate, non-partisan public policy discussions and life changing leadership development experiences. Recognizing our strength in developing statesmen and women and establishing peer networks among leaders, CSG will provide a new professional and leadership development experience for a newly identified cohort: New legislative leaders. In early 2023 and on the heels of the 2022 Midterm Elections, the New Legislative Leader Bootcamp will equip new legislative leaders with knowledge on the legislative institution, separation of powers, ethics and civility as well as capacity training. The program will be held over the course of a weekend in early 2023 (Friday evening through Sunday evening).
CSG PUBLIC POLICY PROGRAMMING
Virtual Innovation Classrooms
Virtual held each Monday in May 2022
In-person held Dec. 7-10 at the 2022 CSG National Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii
CSG Innovation Classrooms provide engaging and interactive learning experiences for state officials. In these sessions, CSG private sector partners lead Ted-like talks and demonstrate new cutting-edge technologies or innovations in a variety of fields empowering state leaders to better understand the applicability. All session topics and curriculum are subject to CSG approval. CSG Leadership Circle and Associate members are eligible to sponsor and lead these virtual sessions. Previous CSG Innovation Classroom sessions have focused on topics including:
• The cloud and cybersecurity
• Net Zero energy innovations
• Pharmaceutical or drug delivery modernizations
• GIS mapping
• Technology advancements impacting the states
2021-2022 CSG Healthy States National Task Force
July 11-12 at the 2022 CSG Southern Legislative Conference in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Dec. 7-10 at the 2022 CSG National Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii
This national task force will address major public policy issues arising from the pandemic in 2021-2022. CSG will bring up to 60 state officials plus private sector partners to identify challenges faced during and as a consequence of this unprecedented crisis. The Healthy States National Task Force’s four subcommittees are Fiscal Health, Human Health, Economic and Workforce Health, and Civic Health. The national task force will develop public policy resources and solutions for state leaders in order to answer the question: “What makes a healthy state?”
CSG Policy Academy Series
Since its launch in 2011, the CSG Policy Academy Series has been popular with both state officials and Associate members. CSG Policy Academies are typically standalone meetings focused on relevant issues in a specific policy area. CSG invites select state officials focused on the respective policy issue for an intensive educational and networking experience. CSG Policy Academies are also held in conjunction with the CSG National Conference and open to all attendees.
CSG Justice Center
CSG SHARED STATE LEGISLATION (SSL) COMMMITTEE RECEPTION
CSG National Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii
The SSL reception is held the evening before the SSL Committee convenes at the CSG National Conference. Sponsorship of the SSL Reception is $2,500 and benefits include:
- Company/organization name on CSG National Conference signage as Quartz-level Sponsor
- Company/organization name on SSL Reception signage
- Preliminary registration list for Shared State Legislation Committee members 2 weeks prior to the committee meeting
- Invitation (for two) company/organization representatives to attend the SSL Committee Reception
- Company/organization verbally acknowledged at SSL Reception
- Invitation (for one) company/organization representative to attend the Executive Committee Reception
- Company/organization verbally acknowledged at Executive Committee Reception