The Students Learn Students Vote (SLSV) Coalition has different working groups that help implement our collective model of institutionalized democratic engagement on college campuses. To participate in the SLSV Coalition’s Working Groups, you must be a Coalition Partner.
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If you have a question about any of the Committees, please email email@example.com.
For each of these working groups, diverse stakeholders are needed to ensure that we are approaching our work intentionally and equitably. If you are a campus partner, nonprofit partner, philanthropic partner or elected official partner, then your perspective is needed and we hope you’ll join us!
Action Plan Workshops Working Group
This short-term working group will build awareness and conduct trainings for resources available to support campuses’ efforts to construct powerful action plans, continuing until resource trainings have been launched and executed as determined by members of the working group. We’ll engage all campuses, including those that are new to action planning and those that are experienced but want to level up their work! Join this working group to share your perspective on what content we should prioritize, what campuses we should engage, and how we can get the word out about these useful trainings.
Transition Management Working Group
This short-term working group will assist campus partners in sustaining nonpartisan student voter engagement efforts through personnel transitions, with the specific goal of building a relevant resource/tool to support partners in this area. Join this working group to share your perspective on areas that should be addressed by this tool, information that should be included, and any other ideas you have to create a tool that will help our partners continue their student voter engagement work with ease as they navigate personnel transitions.
State Summit Planning Working Group
This short-term working group will plan and execute trainings and webinars for first-time summit planners, continuing until the trainings have been launched and executed as determined by members of the working group. Join this working group to share your perspective on what content we should prioritize, what campuses we should engage, and how we can get the word out about these useful trainings.
Several SLSV Coalition partners host Stakeholder Networks that you can join to connect with and learn from your peers.
The Faculty Network is dedicated to encouraging and helping faculty members to play a consistent role in their institutions’ civic engagement efforts, and to share across multiple disciplines. The Faculty Network is housed at the Scholars Strategy Network.