Free Webinar: Making Sense of Campus Democratic Engagement Initiatives
ALL IN Challenge Webinar Series:
MAKING SENSE OF THE CAMPUS DEMOCRATIC ENGAGEMENT INITIATIVES
Tuesday, February 28 | 2 PM EST | 60 minutes
You may have asked yourself if your campus is eligible to join the American Democracy Project or The Democracy Commitment. Or perhaps you’ve wondered whether you can apply for the Voter Friendly Campus Designation or join the ALL IN Challenge. These are good questions.
The higher education democratic engagement ecosystem is filled with exceptional programs. But so many programs can be overwhelming for campuses to navigate and fully understand. If you’ve been scratching your head, we hope you’ll join us for a presentation designed to end the confusion.
Participants will hear from representatives from AASCU, Campus Compact, Civic Nation, Fair Elections Legal Network, NASPA, The Democracy Commitment and Young Invincibles about their programs to increase student voting and advance civic learning on college campuses. Panelists will discuss the goals of each program, and how they differ from and build upon each other’s work. Campuses will get a clear understanding of which programs are the right fit for their campus and how to get involved with each.
Clarissa Unger, Young Invincibles & the Students Learn Students Vote Coalition
Jennifer Domagal-Goldman, AASCU’s American Democracy Project
Catherine Fish, Civic Nation’s ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge
Maggie Grove, Campus Compact
Debi Lombardi, Fair Election Legal Network’s Campus Vote Project
Stephanie Reynolds, NASPA’s Lead Initiative
Verdis LeVar Robinson, The Democracy Commitment
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