Oklahoma Becomes Fourth State for National Kid Governor Program

Kid Governor® is a national award-winning civics program for 5th graders created by the Connecticut Democracy Center (CTDC) in 2015. Timed to coincide with Election Day in November, the program offers schools the opportunity to enter one student candidate into a statewide election that other 5th graders vote in. Classes can vote in the election, nominate a classmate to run for office, or both! Toolkits of in-class lessons guide teachers and students through the program.

Our special comic books are available for purchase for $4 each and $4 for shipping for up to 10 books. For each comic book you purchase, an Oklahoma 5th Grader will also receive a copy of the comic book. 

Reserve your 2023 Calendar Page Today!

Our annual calendar is a great way for us to share pertinent information concerning Oklahoma’s children and how policies and laws directly affect their lives. This puts the issue in front of advocates like you as well as Oklahoma’s policymakers as we provide a copy to each Oklahoma lawmaker, state and federal, as well as cabinet secretaries. The 2022 Calendars are in and available for purchase at $25. Watch our social media for daily calendar pages!

Our Upcoming Events

Save the Date!

OICA’s Legislative Learning Lab set for Feb. 1, 2, 3, and 6, 2023.

This is the training that most legislators should get but often do not receive. Our opportunity is to educate, inform, and empower advocates from all over Oklahoma to be well-prepared to follow and engage during Oklahoma’s legislative session and beyond.

Attendees are highly engaged and motivated – a great target audience for information about your company or organization.

The event is all virtual on Feb. 1, 2, and 3, and will be presented live (at Chesapeake Energy’s “Green Room”) and virtual on Feb. 6, the first day of the 2023 session of the Oklahoma Legislature, and the day Gov. Kevin Stitt will present his “State of the State” address.

Click the button below to register and for more information!

Recent News and Articles

The most recent news releases and "For the Children" weekly column articles from OICA.