Our Digital Track Is Reaching More Young People Than Ever
The Digital Track of the Andrew Goodman Vote Everywhere program is the twin of the program’s traditional on-the-ground model. In keeping with the original Andrew Goodman Vote Everywhere program, the Digital Track is a national, non-partisan civic engagement network of student leaders and youth activists. The Digital Track provides extensive mentorship opportunities, a peer network, and resources and training. Through digital outreach, we are able to reach young people on and beyond university campuses to involve them in democratic engagement and today’s social justice issues. We’re reaching more young people than ever before.
Through our digital outreach, AGF has contacted 1,400,000 young people to invite them to participate in our digital network.
We Are Using Relational Organizing To Increase Youth Turnout
By mobilizing young people to activate their social and digital networks to take action and make change, we will increase voting access and voter turnout among young people, as well as youth representation and leadership in our democracy. We are applying the lessons and promising practices that we have developed over the past eight years of the Andrew Goodman Vote Everywhere program to a digital relational organizing model that will enable us to increase the speed, scale, and scope at which we achieve our goals.
The Andrew Goodman Vote Everywhere Digital Track Offers:
Ambassadors who participate in the Digital Track of our programming will receive mentorship from stakeholders in AGF’s network on their digital organizing plans and projects.
An Injection of Resources
Ambassadors will also receive resources, including online trainings on digital tools, toolkits, campaigns in a box, campfire chats, access to our National Civic Leadership Training Summit, and much more.
A Digital Community
This Gen Advocacy Network is an online platform for our digital program participants where they can connect as organizers and friends, give each other feedback, and activate each other’s social circles.
We’re housed on 85 campuses across the nation: large state universities, historically Black colleges and universities, community colleges, and everything in between.