Yo Vote! empowers middle-school-aged youth to become civically engaged in their local communities, develop initiative and leadership on social issues, and grow into informed voters and lifelong civic participants.
Yo Vote! Presentations explore topics such as Why Voting Matters and Democracy and Racism in an inclusive and accessible format for middle-school-aged youth.
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All of our presentations, teacher's guides and student activities are available online and to download for free!
Yo Vote! Teachers introduce civics education to their school by inviting Yo Vote! presenters into their classrooms or presenting Yo Vote! curricula themselves using companion materials. Their effort encourages students to become lifelong, informed civic leaders.
Yo Vote! Teacher's Guides provide additional context and answers to frequently asked questions to help teachers present Yo Vote! materials themselves.
Yo Vote! Student Activities aid in comprehension and retention of Yo Vote! materials by guiding students through research and discussions that broaden and deepen what they've learned.
Yo Vote! Student Volunteers help introduce civics education to their local schools, organize their peers for social action, and bring visibility to issues in their community by proposing new Yo Vote! curricula.