First, we are hiring a college fellow for our social media partnership with Vote That Jawn. Check it out!
We have a host of different programs for youth, from kindergarten to college, to engage in government and civics.
PA Youth Vote Mock Election
Democracy for Kids
Elections 101 - Core basics
Elections & Voting curriculum
17-year-old poll workers
Draw the Lines PA
Can We Talk?
The Committee of Seventy also has numerous resources for educators to support civic education in classrooms and with our community partners.
Teacher Advisory Council
Sign up for the #c70ed Civics Newsletter
PA Civics Coalition member
Act 48 professional development for teachers
C70 is partnering with Unify America to helps Americans practice conversations across diverse backgrounds and learn, first-hand, about the power of new perspectives. Learn more about Unify America and watch their video.
Want to bring the Unify Challenge to students at your school? They can participate in the Unify Challenge College Bowl. Two college students—total strangers from different schools with different political leanings or backgrounds—are matched into a one-on-one guided video conversation to talk about big goals for our country. After discovering that far more unites us than divides us, students report feeling more hopeful about our country.
Participate by reaching out to Justin Villere, C70's Civic Engagement Program Manager.
Your campus can play a crucial role in getting voters involved. Partner with us.
C70 is here to help colleges and universities make use of their resources to help students use our BYOBallot tool, learn about the recent big changes to PA’s election law, find their polling place, learn about the offices and candidates on the ballot, and answer any questions they have.