Young People's Task Force Toolkit: Building the League of Tomorrow
The Young People's Task Force (YPTF) was created as a collaborative effort between LWVUS President Elisabeth MacNamara and LWVUS staff in response to Leagues’ desire to attract the next generation of League leaders. This toolkit is the result of two years of research by the five-person Task Force and provides tools and ideas for where to reach young people and how best to engage them with your League.
Toolkit link: http://forum.lwv.org/member-resources/article/young-peoples-task-force-building-league-tomorrow
LWV Cincinnati Area’s “Act One” Program for Ages 18-35
The Cincinnati Area League has created an innovative program to engage new members. It is called “Act One: Hands-on Civics in Cincinnati” and is open to women and men ages 18-35. Read more about it here on LWVCA’s website: http://www.lwvcincinnati.org/actone.html
LWVUS High School Voter Registration Training Manual
This comprehensive training manual, updated in 2013, provides a step-by-step guide to help you develop winning high school voter registration programs and encourage young people to register and vote. The guide comes complete with field-tested tips and a range of planning, training, and outreach tools to help you succeed.
Manual link: http://forum.lwv.org/member-resources/article/high-school-voter-registration-training-manual-2nd-edition