Ballot Box Parade organized by Lauren Tatum, CEEP Fellow at Alverno College.

Wisconsin Fellows Move Student Voter Registration Forward Despite COVID Challenges

Wisconsin Fellows faced a series of unique challenges in the Fall 2020 semester as they worked to engage their peers in the electoral process: a worsening public health crisis that forced many institutions to significantly alter their operations mid-semester (and resulted in many students moving off campus) and a [...]

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Celebrating Our Arizona and Nevada Fellows

https://campuselect.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/CEEPAZNV_REEL.mp4 What a semester it has been! During the past three months, students across Arizona and Nevada fiercely thought outside of the box to create voting movements that would go viral. These students represent a national effort organized by CEEP’s Fellowship program. Between Arizona and Nevada, twelve students took the challenge [...]

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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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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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