Join the New Voters team by applying to be an intern, mentor, or start a chapter.
This position entails either a full or part time commitment dependent on your availability. As an intern, you will be expected to attend a weekly meeting with your department and a monthly meeting with our full national team (Friday, 5-6 PM ET). Additionally, interns are responsible for checking in regularly with their director to fulfill assigned tasks. Click here for department descriptions. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
This position entails a low time commitment. Mentors will guide three to five high school students to get their respective high schools 100% voter registration and engagement. Mentors are expected to communicate via email or phone at least 2 times a month with the two student leads and faculty lead of a given school, and have monthly meetings with a cohort of other mentors to problem solve and share best practices. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
High School and College Chapters
Starting a school chapter entails a low time commitment. Chapters engage with their community through voter registration drives, encouraging political awareness, etc. Start a New Voters chapter at your high school to inspire and educate students as they begin to think about voting. Start a New Voters chapter at your college to engage with your local high school community and change civic behavior in your school's area