SPC is partnering with a number of organizations determined to increase student participation in democracy. Read below for two opportunities to get involved in the 2020 Election!
Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to providing nonpartisan support to colleges and universities to assist their students in becoming politically engaged through voter registration, education, and action.
We are currently recruiting students for the Fellows program for the 2020 fall semester. This fellowship, which pays a student a stipend of $1,000 to work 5-10 hours each week during the semester to assist with our work on campus.
More information can be found here: https://campuselect.org/about-ceep/2020-ceep-fellows-application/.
Fellows work virtually on campuses where students are not physically present due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
In the months leading up to the 2020 election, hundreds of student volunteers with Florida PIRG Students will reach out to their peers on college campuses across the state to register them to vote and turn them out on Election Day.
We are the largest and most diverse generation and we have the power to elect leaders that will work for our generation and the future we want.
Gain firsthand experience into the political and campaigning process
Sharpen your communication skills by working with the media
Learn to develop and run an effective campaign to influence decision-makers
Gain experience recruiting and working with volunteers
Learn to build a coalition and work with coalition partners
Work remotely while making an impact
We are working hard on college campuses across the state to defend our democracy and make voting easier and more accessible, especially in the wake of ongoing changes and barriers due to COVID-19. Want to join?Fill out an applicationand an organizer will be in touch with you shortly!
Volunteering: Not interested in interning or taking on leadership but would like to still help out? Fill out this volunteer interest form!