Campus & Community Voter Engagement Virtual Summit – Sep 9,15&16

Posted by Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania on September 8, 2020

In its third year, the Campus & Community Voter Engagement Summit will bring together community organizations and campus administrators, faculty, and student leaders in Missouri and Illinois for a series of conversations about engaging voters ahead of the November election.

Adapting to the realities of the global pandemic, the 2020 Summit is going virtual. Summit sessions will explore the theme, Navigating the New (ab)Normal: Empowering Student Voters in the COVID Era. Attendees will learn about resources, discuss digital engagement strategies, and hear from experts on an array of topics. Community members, campus administrators, faculty from diverse disciplines, and students are encouraged to attend these free Summit Sessions.

Virtual Summit Sessions (You will need to register for each session you plan to attend. A calendar invite and reminder email will be sent with the Zoom login information.); times are Central Time:

Engaging Student Voters during COVID: A Collaborative Conversation with Campus Leaders
Wednesday, September 9th | 10:00am – 11:15am | Register here

Working with Local Election Officials: Virtual Panel Discussion with Missouri Election Administrators
Tuesday, September 15th | 12:00pm – 1:15pm | Register here

Working with Local Election Officials: Virtual Panel Discussion with Illinois Election Administrators
Tuesday, September 15th | 2:00 – 3:15pm | Register here

Making Community Colleges “Democracy’s Colleges” Again: A Roundtable Discussion
Wednesday, September 16th | 3:00pm – 4:15pm |  Register here

If you have questions, please contact Michelle Black, CEEP’s Assistant Director for Missouri, at michelle@campuselect.org.

The Summit is a collaborative effort between Campus Compact, Campus Election Engagement Project, Center for Social Development at The Brown School and the Gephardt Institute for Civic & Community Engagement at Washington University, and is funded in part by grants from Missouri Foundation for Health and NASPA.

 

 

 

 


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