Miura Rempis reads her new children's book Smarticle Articles

Smarticle Particles: CEEP Fellow’s book educates children about the U.S. Constitution

In addition to fulfilling her duties as one of our CEEP fellows in Tennessee this election season, Middle Tennessee State University student Miura Rempis celebrated the publication of her first children’s book, which was released on Election Day! Smarticle Particles and Constitutional Articles is a rhyme-scheme book that helps [...]

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Georgia Director Daniel Coley is excited for the Senate runoff!

In this interview for a Savannah TV station, CEEP’s Georgia Director Daniel Coley talks about his Campus Fellows, the importance and fun of their work, and why he’s looking forward to the next few weeks.    https://campuselect.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/d225c0201c624a01a2c44564a243cacd_g.mp4

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CEEP Fellows register students to vote at Florida Atlantic University.

Virtual Roundtable: Florida Students Discuss Why (And How) They’re Voting

Ahead of the November Election, Campus Election Engage Project aims to help students overcome disenfranchisement and political cynicism  (Florida)— Tomorrow, October 14th at 7:00PM ET, Campus Election Engagement Project will host a virtual event with college students across Florida to explain why and how they plan to vote. Without the [...]

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CEEP Michigan Fellows describe the difficulty of creating community on campus and getting out the vote in the COVID age.

Empowering Students, Building Community: The Importance of Faculty Involvement in Student Voting Efforts

One of my biggest takeaways from being a graduate student and employee during the COVID-19 pandemic is the importance of human connection across campus roles. I have struggled in taking all of my classes and work meetings from my dining room, but I know that everyone I meet with [...]

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Barriers to Student Voting—National Press Club Discussion Rebroadcast on C-SPAN

Campus Election Engagement Project’s Paul Loeb and Thurgood Marshall Jr. discussed overcoming disenfranchisement of the younger electorate this November (Washington, DC)––Earlier this week, the National Press Club hosted a conversation with Paul Loeb, founder of the Campus Election Engagement Project, and Thurgood Marshall Jr. on overcoming the challenges and barriers [...]

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CEEP Summer Internships(!)

We are now accepting applications for a Social Media and Design Intern, a Fellows Program Intern, and a Faculty Resources Intern. These positions are all 20 hrs/week with flexible start and end dates of June 1st – August 30th. These positions are unpaid.   The timeline for these internships is very [...]

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