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COLLEGE

College students spearhead New Voters leadership and expansion.

Collegiate involvement is essential to New Voters

Are you ready to be the future?

OPPORTUNITIES:

College students can take on many different leadership roles in New Voters.  Our available applications will change seasonally.

Regional Directors

As a regional director, you would be responsible for coordinating registration/civic engagement efforts both at your universities and in your college communities, in addition to collaborating with college mentors in the region to organize summits and other civic engagement efforts.

Current Openings: 2 Southwest Directors and 1 Southeast Director

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 college to engage with your local high school community and change civic behavior in your school's area

Mentors

This position requires at least once a week communication with your mentees for four weeks. Mentors will guide one to three 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 once a week with one to three student leads of a given school or partnering organization, and have monthly meetings with a cohort of other mentors to problem solve and share best practices.


Being a mentor is an opportunity for college students to develop marketable personal and professional skills including communication and organization. Mentors will also gain access to New Voters' nationwide network of young professionals to use for their benefit.

COLLEGE CHAPTER LIST

Washington DC

The George Washington University

Tennessee

Vanderbilt University

Pennsylvania

University of Pittsburgh, Villanova University

North Carolina

North Carolina State University

New York

Fordham University Lincoln Center, Cornell University

Michigan

Central Michigan University

Massachusetts

Boston University

Maryland

Johns Hopkins University

Indiana

Valparaiso University

Illinois

Northwestern University, DePaul University

Connecticut

Wesleyan University

California

University of California, Berkley

Arizona

Arizona State University