We’re Interested in Systemic Change, Not Temporary Results
Andrew Goodman Vote Everywhere is a multi-year effort, supporting and empowering student leaders who drive long-term voter engagement, public policy, and social justice initiatives. Their work has a lasting impact on a local, state, and national level.
As a mobile and transient population, students face unique challenges when registering, voting, and participating in democracy. They are expected to navigate an electoral process that is designed for the average citizen, not a first time voter.
To streamline this process for their peers, Andrew Goodman Ambassadors identify voting barriers and eliminate them in a way that works best for their communities.
In addition to voter engagement work, our Andrew Goodman Ambassadors organize their campus, and take action alongside their peers, on matters of social justice.
One Mississippi For All
Andrew Goodman Ambassadors bring down a symbol of hate, and in the process, captivate the attention of a nation. Read More
Launched as a pilot program in 2012, Andrew Goodman Vote Everywhere now operates in 26 states and Washington, D.C. and is directed by approximately 170 student Ambassadors. Our current network of 81 campuses is home to 1M students.