As member, you pledge to educate, inform citizens how government work, how to hold government accountable when government is not working.
As member, you pledge to get involved in communities where government is not working as it should and teach residents how to hold government with authority over the issue accountable.
As member, you pledge to vote and encourage others to vote as a duty of your citizenship.
As member, you can post up to 300 words to C.O.R.C. Blog.
As member, you can submit ideas to help C.O.R.C. achieve its mission of reintroducing citizens to how government is structured, and how government should work.
You do not have to pay in dollars and cents to become a member of our C.O.R.C. You pay by taking your citizenship to heart, by understanding how government work and sharing what you know, and holding discussions with your fellow citizens so they understand how government work too.
You pay by empowering communities with knowledge to know how to hold city, county, or state government accountable for issues facing their community.
You pay by encouraging your colleagues, neighbors, friends, family, church members to vote as an act of duty as citizen and not just because it's a constitutional right. Direct them to C.O.R.C. site for a treasure trove of civics to engage them in understanding why it's every citizen's duty to vote.
Irrespective of which political party is in power, government is still the people, and the people should be vigilant in holding government accountable.
As a member, you can share your experience revisiting Civics, upcoming events relative to the idea of C.O.R.C., how you helped a community hold government accountable, and other topics that encourage, inspire, motivate citizens to be more active in their citizenship.