Our partnerships ensure that our civic engagement movement reaches every community.
WORK WITH US!
The Partnerships Team focuses on reaching high school and college students by coordinating our efforts with other organizations who have similar goals. This summer, the Partnerships Team has identified, recruited, and established partnerships with over a dozen organizations, including High School Democrats and Republicans, Democracy Matters, and March For Our Lives. The Partnerships team works closely with these organizations to promote civic education, register high school students, recruit students to run voter registration drives in their schools
MARCH FOR OUR LIVES
Our mission is to harness the power of young people across the country to fight for sensible gun violence prevention policies that save lives.
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF PHILADELPHIA
The League of Women Voters of Philadelphia is a nonpartisan, grassroots civic organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
NOT MY GENERATION
Not My Generation is a nonprofit organization committed to localized, intersectional gun violence prevention advocacy for young adults. We are committed to creating and convening diverse, intersectional coalitions in partnership with young organizers in cities and communities across the country.
Debate Spaces is an education non-profit that uses debate to foster civic engagement and activism, and connect middle school students from around the United States.
HARVARD UNDERGRADUATE UNICEF CLUB
The Harvard Undergraduate UNICEF Club, a student-run organization at Harvard College, is concerned with the humanitarian aid of children across the globe. Through various events and activities, we aim to support UNICEF in their goal to provide health care and immunizations, safe water and sanitation, nutrition, education, emergency relief, and more necessities to children.
PHILLY YOUTH VOTE
Philly Youth Vote is a nonpartisan collaboration of educators and community organizers dedicated to getting every 18-year-old in Philadelphia to the polls on Election Day.
A non-partisan campus-based national student organization that works to get big private money out of politics and people back in. Democracy Matters' internships mentor the next generation of leaders dedicated to strengthening our democracy. Students organize actions and projects connecting pro-democracy reforms to issues of environment, civil rights, education, and more.
New Voters is a proud member of Future Coalition, a national network of youth-led organizations providing resources, tools, and support to youth activists. Built by youth activists, for youth activists.
RegiStart is a nonprofit tech startup that develops free technology and curriculum for high school teachers to stage low-maintenance student-run voter registration drives
HIGH SCHOOL DEMOCRATS OF PENNSYLVANIA
The Pennsylvania state chapter of America’s largest partisan high school organization, High School Democrats of America. With over 600 members and 40 chapters across the state, HSDPA is a progressive force for change, helping high schoolers across the state get involved and make a difference in the arena of politics.
HIGH SCHOOL REPUBLICANS OF TEXAS
High School Republicans of Texas is a statewide organization of Texas High School Republican clubs. Founded in 2012, High School Republicans of Texas is the newest auxiliary of the Republican Party of Texas. HSRT is also the official statewide Teen Age Republican (TARS) organization of the National TARS in Texas.
MASSACHUSETTS HIGH SCHOOL DEMOCRATS
The Massachusetts High School Democrats (MAHSD) is an organization run by and for high school students to give teenage Democrats an opportunity to contribute to the mission of the Democratic Party.We are comprised of chapters in high schools from West Springfield to Cape Cod which run almost entirely autonomously
NEW JERSEY HIGH SCHOOL DEMOCRATS
NJHSD is a state-wide organization that serves to engage youth in the political process through organizing for, advocating for, and supporting the Democratic Party. We've met with local and national leaders, campaigned for a breadth of political candidates, registered young voters, pushed for specific legislative reforms, rallied with activist organizations, and much more.