The Congressional Future Caucus is our nation's first and only bipartisan caucus for young members of Congress.
These members come together across partisan lines to creatively and pragmatically forge common ground on issues facing America's next generation, such as higher education, entrepreneurship, and veteran’s employment.
Future Caucus members are committed to engaging in nonpartisan outreach to millennials and building key generational relationships across the aisle.
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Future Caucus Events
Please join fellow Congressional Future Caucus staff members and friends for a Chick-fil-A working lunch
On Wednesday, February 27th, MAP partnered with the Consumer Technology Association, Uber, and Yelp to host the Congressional Future Caucus Kickoff at the CTA Innovation House on the Hill.
As a growing number of millennials pursue careers in the gig economy, how will the nature of work, benefits, and education change? That’s the question MAP’s President Steven Olikara addressed on Capitol Hill at the House Small Business Committee’s June 6th “Millennials and the Gig Economy” hearing.
In conjunction with WisPolitics.com, MAP co-hosted a roundtable conversation on May 29 to discuss the impact of new technology, the gig economy, and workforce development on the future of work with Congressional Future Caucus Vice Chair Rep. Mike Gallagher and Wisconsin Future Caucus Co-Chair state Rep. Amanda Stuck.
In The News
Millennial caucus: Rocky River GOP Rep. Anthony Gonzalez has been named one of four co-chairs of the Congressional Future Caucus, which the Millennial Action Project describes as the “only bipartisan group of legislators under age 45 in Congress focused on next generation leadership and policy solutions.”
The Millennial Action Project announced the selection of Rep. Katie Hill, D-Agua Dulce, and three other congressional leaders as the new co-chairs of the Congressional Future Caucus, a bipartisan group of legislators under the age of 45 who are focused on next-generation leadership and policy solutions.
Congresswoman Katie Hill, D-Agua Dulce, was selected Thursday as a co-chair of the caucus focused on the “next generation” of leadership and policy solutions.
As a wave of new freshmen has entered Congress, a bipartisan group of lawmakers hopes to reduce political infighting and advance across-the-aisle agendas with the help of a record-breaking number of young legislators.
Millennial Action Project today announced Reps. Katie Hill (D-CA 25th District), Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH 16th District), Lance Gooden (R-TX 5th District) and Joe Neguse (D-CO 2nd District) as the new co-chairs of the Congressional Future Caucus, the only bipartisan group of legislators under age 45 in Congress focused on next generation leadership and policy solutions.