Want to do more? Not eligible to vote?

Get involved in civic engagement at MICA

MICA Organizers and Activists (MOA)
Participate in student-led activism
@micaorganizers | moa@mica.edu

Community Art and Service (CAS)
Engage locally with Baltimore communities
@mica.cse | studentengagement@mica.edu

Center for Creative Citizenship 
Join the Voter Access Initiative

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.

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.

In Maryland:

  • 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.
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