Engaging your Campus in Elections: Seven Key Ways to Act

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Engaging your Campus in Elections: Seven Key Ways to Act

2934160Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is a national nonpartisan project that helps America’s colleges and universities motivate their 20 million students  to register, volunteer in campaigns, educate themselves, and turn out at the polls. We focus on how administrators, faculty, staff, and student leaders can help engage students, and we’re now engaging schools for the 2016 elections.

CEEP has taken the mystery out of getting your nonpartisan campus engagement efforts started with their easy-to-follow and newly updated “Seven Key Ways to Act.” This roadmap to fully engaging your campus includes contributions from organizers and campus leaders in every state we’ve worked with since 2008 and has 250+ successful approaches to help you:

  • Build a team
  • Register students to vote
  • Educate on issues and candidates
  • Encourage student volunteering
  • Build election excitement
  • Get out the vote
  • Document your work, measure your impact, and build for the future

Read more here or check out the full PDF here.

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