Center for Civic Engagement

Resources for Advocacy & Political Engagement

"Democracy cannot succeed unless those who express their choice are prepared to choose wisely. The real safeguard of democracy, therefore, is education." - Franklin D. Roosevelt 
As engaged citizens, it is important to seek out knowledge about pressing social issues. It is equally important that we understand the ways we can take action to affect positive change.

ACTIVISM & ADVOCACY RESOURCES

ACTIVISM & ADVOCACY RESOURCES

Not sure where to start? Find resources on what it means to be a student activist and how to engage in advocacy. 

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NazVotes

Not sure how to register to vote, how to request an absentee ballot, or where your polling site is located? Learn more on NazVotes >

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Volunteer

The NazVotes team is always looking for students, faculty, and staff interested in volunteering to help with nonpartisan voter and political engagement. If you are interested in volunteering, please complete one of the below forms:

Student Volunteer Interest Form

Faculty/Staff Interest Form

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Beyond the Vote

Find ways to start or remain politically engaged beyond the elections through internships, courses, and volunteer opportunities >

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Committee for Political Engagement and Student Voting (CPESV)

Join, collaborate, and support CPESV >

 
 

Additional Resources