July 17, 2008

    Thursday, July 17, 2008 ~ Presentations now available!

    What: This seminar offers interns, students, and others an opportunity to discuss and debate the future of social insurance programs.  Attendees will better understand the challenges facing this year’s presidential candidates and the Congress as they work with Social Security and Medicare policy. The free, day-long event (lunch included) will feature prominent guest speakers, expert panels, and interactive activities, plus opportunities for networking.


    • What social insurance is and its importance to young people;
    • Understanding the main social insurance programs, Social Security and Medicare;
    • How will we afford them?
    • What could policymakers do to strengthen them?

    Where: The Kaiser Family Foundation’s Barbara Jordan Conference Center, 1330 G Street, NW, in Washington, DC. (From the Metro Center station, take the 13th Street exit.)

    NASI thanks the following sponsors of the event (as of June 30): AARP, Employee Benefit Research Institute, The Ford Foundation, Global Policy Solutions LLC, Kaiser Family Foundation, National Council of La Raza, and Schering-Plough.

    Door prizes for those who complete the day’s session are from E Street Cinema, Starbucks, and many others.