Through a variety of programs - for high school and college leaders to first-time political candidates and influential business and community leaders - the Sorensen Institute has established itself as a powerful and effective force for restoring public confidence in our political system. At the heart of every Sorensen program are three central themes: ethics in public service, the power of bipartisanship, and a concentrated study of public policy issues.
Our leadership development programs focus on Virginia residents interested in becoming active in public service.
Know someone who would be a good candidate for a Sorensen program? Tell us about them!
Meet the esteemed Sorensen alumni who have successfully completed our program and continued on to improve their communities.
This is a guest post by Michael Holohan, who is joining our team for the 2016-2017 Academic Year through the Cooper Center's University Internship Program (UIP).
Nine recruitment receptions have been scheduled to take place around the commonwealth throughout the month of October. These receptions are fantastic opportunities to to share your experiences with prospective applicants and to meet fellow Sorensen alumni from your region. If you have any friends or colleagues who ought to apply to the Political Leaders Program, or who would like to learn more about any of our programs, please encourage them to join us for one of these receptions!