Levin Center

Wayne State University wants proposals to promote its Carl Levin Center for Oversight and Democracy.

Named after the 36-year Democratic Senator from Michigan, the Center works with legislative bodies to ensure the effective operation of government.

It also educates the public about the duty of public officials to conduct fact-based inquiries, and uphold the norms that are essential to maintaining the democratic system.

The Center is headquartered at Wayne State Law School in Detroit with offices in New York and Washington.

The selected PR firm will help the Center sharpen its messaging, while staying balanced and bipartisan; handle media outreach; stress its position as an established voice on legislative oversight and accountability; and devise a fundraising campaign leading up to the Center’s 10th anniversary in spring 2025.

Proposals are due Feb. 12 at Wayne State’s e-portal. 

Read the RFP (PDF).