Join the Faculty Network for Student Voting RightsBrenna Limbrick
Are you a faculty member who is interested in the student voting space? Are you wanting to talk with other faculty members across the country about voting efforts on your campus? Are you curious about incorporating voting into your classroom but don’t know where to start? Are you wanting to keep the momentum of the 2020 election going?
If you said yes to any of these questions, the Faculty Network for Student Voting Rights is for you!
The network provides:
- Training materials, information on how to adhere to nonpartisan guidelines, and FAQs, drawing on national organizations like the Brennan Center for Justice;
- Access to local, regional, and national networks focused on student voting;
- A “Faculty Pledge” wherein instructors commit to helping register students, publicizing elections-related information, and lobbying campus administrations on behalf of their students’ right to vote;
- A rapid response network to respond to attacks on students and faculty who advocate for campus voting.
To join the network, visit this form: Join the Faculty Network for Student Voting Rights (google.com).
Email Rachael Houston, the Faculty Resources Coordinator, at email@example.com if you have any questions!