Get involved in civic engagement at MICA
MICA Organizers and Activists (MOA)
Participate in student-led activism
@micaorganizers | email@example.com
Help others register to vote
Check your local board of elections for requirements to become a certified volunteer to help others with voter registration.
In Maryland, you must take a short training to get certified. For more info and to find a training, visit Maryland State Board of Elections.
Volunteer with nonpartisan local and national organizations
Black Girls Vote is an organization designed to represent the concerns and interests of Black women. They are invested in ensuring that Black women are empowered to advance education, economic development, quality health care, and improve outcomes. Black Girls Vote in based in Baltimore.
Baltimore Votes is working toward a future for our city where every person, in every precinct, votes in every election. Baltimore Votes in based in Baltimore (obviously).
Braver Angles works to bring Americans together to bridge the partisan divide and strengthen our democratic republic.
Common Cause takes action to stop voter suppression. Sign up for a shift to monitor social media, make calls, or text in key states to connect them directly and make sure they’re ready to take part in the next election. Training is included.
League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government. Select here for the League of Women Voters of Baltimore City.
The People are everyday Americans working to find common ground and take action to create a more responsive government of, by, and for the people.
Representable's mission is to give communities a voice in drawing voting districts. Fight against gerrymandering! Create your own map to help support fairer districts which respect the concerns of communities.
VoteRiders works nationwide to provide voter ID education and assistance to all eligible voters who are in need. Whether it’s writing, research, design, or operational support – there’s a role for everyone.
Be an Election Worker on Election Day
As coronavirus continues to impact Americans across the country, we are also seeing a staggering decrease in poll workers — which could mean closed polling places and long delays for elections in 2020. You can help make sure we have a safe, fair, efficient election for all voters, and potentially get paid to do it. Visit Power the Polls to learn more.
- Challengers and Watchers - These authorized individuals can be in early voting vote centers and polling places and observe activities.
- Election Judges - Without them, there would be no elections! Election judges are the individuals who check in voters, provide instructions and answer questions, and generally monitor the activities in the polling place.
- Voter Registration - Do you want to help register people to vote? Voter registration distributors are trained to assist people with registering to vote and delivering completed applications to a county board of elections.