Get Involved!

Learn how to make local change, build your organizing & advocacy skills, and educate your community on upcoming election issues.

All of our work is nonpartisan. What does this mean? It means we never back or oppose a political candidate or a party.
We work on the issues that are important to young people. Join other young people from across the state in making a difference.


Youth Council

Advocacy Team: Join the young people who want to make a difference in their communities and build your advocacy skills. You'll learn how to track bills, write testimony, and connect with your legislators. We meet bi-weekly.

Action Evenings: We host a monthly action evening where young people discuss the issues that they’re working on and how you can take action. Topics include “Get Out the Vote” efforts to legislative action in Augusta. No experience needed to participate!

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Fellowships + Internships

Are you a college or high school student who is interested in helping your campus learn about the electoral process? Are you interested in knowing more about Maine’s Legislative process?

Check out our Fellowship and internship opportunities to get paid to grow your skills.

Election Engagement Fellow Advocacy Fellow Internships


Teacher Resources

Looking for a way to add civic or voter education to your class? From a quick “Five Minutes for Democracy” presentation to full civic-based lessons and more, we have you covered.

Click below for our full list of resources. You can easily request support from us to help lead events and civic engagement opportunities with your students.

Resources Local Government Curricula