GenVote teams are made up of 5–14 student staff members and are led by a student Team Leader. The unique leadership structure of our teams gives students the opportunity to hold specialized leadership positions (such as Student Constituency Organizers, Communications Directors, Field Directors, Student Opinions Research Directors) and develop crucial skills to run youth-oriented campaigns in their community.
Learn more about GenVote leadership roles here.
Instead of placing the heavy burden of organizing an entire campus on one or two students, we invest in small, specialized, teams that can drastically increase the scale of their impact. In a team, students can support each other, become experts in a desired field, and develop crucial professional skills for careers in progressive organizing.
Learn more about the impact of some of our first GenVote teams here.
GenVote students are a part of a larger community. Our students have exclusive access to GenVote trainings and partnerships, one-on-one mentorship from GenVote National Staff and Advisors, and participate in our annual National Summit and other networking opportunities.
Learn more about upcoming GenVote opportunities here.