Democracy Squad is a virtual organizing space for George Mason University students, staff, faculty, and alumni, to promote positive civic engagement on campus. Participants commit to contributing to a positive campus environment surrounding the 2020 elections and helping to make voting easier for everyone.
Social Action & Integrative Learning, housed within the School of Integrative Studies, is an evolving community of Mason students, faculty, administrators, alumni, and community partners who are active and passionate collaborators in effecting positive social change. Opportunities include: Alternative Breaks, Bonner Leadership Program,
Community-Based Learning / Service-Learning, Field Studies.
This coalition of public interest research groups (PIRGs) is dedicated to helping college students to get organized, mobilized and energized around issues of social change including voting rights, the environment, and poverty alleviation.
Campus Compact is a national coalition of 1,000+ colleges and universities committed to building democracy through civic education and community development. Visit their website to find resources for students, and for faculty and staff interested in supporting student voting.
CIRCLE is a non-partisan, independent research organization focused on youth civic engagement in the United States based out of Tufts University. They conduct extensive research on youth participation, and leverage that research to improve opportunities for all young people to acquire and use the skills and knowledge they need to meaningfully participate in civic life.