Spetember 16, 1:00 – 4:00 PM ET
The Virtual Pennsylvania Student Voting Summit is organized by the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge and Campus Vote Project. The summit will provide an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, and administrators to learn about important election updates from the Pennsylvania Department of State, hear about in-person and virtual voter engagement strategies from nonpartisan partners, and connect and discuss with fellow attendees during roundtable breakout sessions.
September 11, 12:00 – 4:00 PM CT
You’re invited to the virtual Iowa Campus Voting Summit, a nonpartisan student voter engagement summit to help campuses prepare for student voting this fall and beyond. This event aims to solidify campus efforts to get their faculty, staff, administration, and students out to vote for the 2020 General Election and the future elections.
The University of Iowa, the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, Iowa Campus Compact, and the Students Learn Students Vote Coalition are hosting this statewide Iowa Campus Voting Summit.
As a part of this event, attendees will learn how:
– to become civically engaged on their campus
– to navigate existing voting laws
– to organize voter engagement events with physical distancing precautions
– to create an democratic engagement campus action plan
The ALL IN Challenge will be distributing twelve (12) grants of $500 to campuses that complete the following tasks. Grants must be used to support voter engagement efforts on campus this fall.
– Have at least three people attend the summit
– Sign up for National Voter Registration Day (free to participate in)
– Sign up for Vote Early Day (free to participate in)
– Have submitted a democratic engagement action plan to the ALL IN Challenge or attend the Votes & Ballots action planning session during the summit
August 20, 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET
The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge and the Voter Friendly Campus program will be hosting a joint webinar to highlight key strategies and actions campuses can take this fall to increase in-person and virtual democratic engagement on campus.
August 12, 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET
Part of a strong democratic engagement action plan is ensuring your goals and strategies are inclusive and equitable. During this roundtable discussion, we will share ideas and tactics to ensure you are building the coalition you need to engage all parts of your campus to reach your action plan goals. Join ALL IN to learn from campus representatives and nonprofit partners about best practices for building representative committees.
July 29, 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET
The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge and the Voter Friendly Campus program will be hosting a joint webinar to review highlights from 2020 Campus Action Plans. We will review the Strengthening American Democracy Guide Rubric, analyze average scores for each section of the action plan, provide key takeaways and tips to strengthen action plans, and hear from campus contacts who have developed strong action plans.
July 14, 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET
As we prepare for a fall semester with social distancing and remote and hybrid learning, come learn about programs, strategies, and tactics to take your democratic engagement virtual. Join the ALL IN Challenge team, representatives from participating campuses, and nonprofit partners as we share, discuss, and learn how to prepare for virtual engagement this fall.
June 11, 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET
Are you new to the ALL IN Challenge or do you want to know more about participating in the program? Join members of the ALL IN Challenge team and representatives from participating campuses for a discussion about how the program works and how to make the most of its resources and opportunities.
May 26, 2:00 – 3:00 PM ET
Is your campus looking for tips and resources about improving student voter registration and voter turnout to integrate into your action plan? During this roundtable, we’ll discuss voter engagement resources such as Vote Early Day, National Voter Registration Day, Couch Parties, and #VoteTogether.
May 13, 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET
This campus roundtable was centered around creating 2020 Action Plans.
Round tables are not recorded. Access the slides below for an overview of this conversation.
April 2, 2:00 – 3:00 PM ET
The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge empowers colleges and universities to achieve excellence in student democratic engagement by providing structure, support, and recognition. Since the Challenge’s inception in 2016, over 600 colleges and universities have become “ALL IN” making a commitment to help students form the habits of democratically active and informed individuals, make civic participation a core value on their campus, and cultivate generations of engaged community members who are essential to a healthy democracy.
This webinar explores findings from a recent survey of participating colleges and universities to (1) understand what campuses are doing to increase student civic learning, political engagement, and voter participation; (2) highlight institutional impact; and (3) unpack the perceived correlation between participating in the ALL IN Challenge and increased student voter participation. Join researchers Tait Kellogg and Wendy Erisman from Higher Ed Insight as they share survey findings.
March 24, 1:30 – 2:30 PM
Many students intend to vote, but don’t end up actually voting, due largely to a range of small “micro-barriers” (confusion, lack of planning, perceived hassle, etc.) that get in the way. These students don’t necessarily need to be convinced or persuaded to vote, but rather helped and “nudged” to ensure that their intent is translated into action.
In this webinar, experts will share about how applying principles of behavioral science can help students overcome these barriers, make voting easier and drive higher political participation. Researchers from the behavioral sciences firm, ideas42, will discuss their report, Graduating Students into Voters. Scott Young of BVA Nudge Unit will share ways in which college administrators, faculty and students can “nudge” voter registration and turnout strategies on campus. They will be joined by Purvi Patel, Director of Civic Engagement at the University of Chicago, who will share how UChiVotes is integrating these concepts into their campus efforts.
January 28, 2020 1:00 – 2:00 PM ET
This webinar focussed on Ask Every Student, a project of the National Resource Consortium on Full Student Voter Participation, seeks to create research-backed processes, systems, and tools to answer that question. They’ve found that the key to reaching full student voter participation comes down to accessing a few minutes of individualized focus from every student on campus to prepare them to confidently navigate the democratic process. Learn more about this project to date and how your campus can partake in this initiative by joining in this conversation.
During this webinar, presenters will discuss their insights about the potential for achieving 100% student voter participation at higher education institutions. Presenters will cover promising practices, tools, and resources.
2017-2019 Webinars are recorded and can be viewed on our archives page.