ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge Awards


Published
August 9, 2017


NOMINATE OUTSTANDING EDUCATORS & STUDENTS
Deadline: August 31

The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge awards educators and students for their commitment to and role in increasing student voting rates on their campus. We invite you  to nominate outstanding colleagues and students for these awards. Three awards – Standout Faculty AwardStandout Administrator Award, and Standout Student Award – will be presented to individuals from campuses participating in the ALL IN Challenge.

Awards are presented in recognition of exemplary leadership in helping undergraduate students form the habits of active and informed citizenship and advancing the work of the ALL IN Challenge on campus. We seek nominations for individuals who have:

  • Demonstrated an exceptional commitment to fostering democratic engagement and increasing student voter rates.
  • Made an outstanding impact on making democratic participation a core value.
  • Provided leadership and worked collaboratively across campus and with the community beyond ones program or department on campus.
  • Developed and implemented innovative strategies and programming, inside and/or outside the classroom.

Eligibility

Nominees must be from an inaugural ALL IN Challenge participating campus. A list of inaugural participating campuses can be found here.

Selection Process

A five-person review committee, selected from the ALL IN Challenge’s Advisory Board will select the awardees. Awardees will be announced on October 19, 2017 during the ALL IN Challenge Awards Ceremony in Washington, DC.

Deadline

Nominations will be accepted until August 31, 2017.

Submit a nomination here. 


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