The NCAA-mandated #AllVoteNoPlay day of civic education and engagement on November 2, 2021 offers a historic moment for coaches to help their athletes become passionate leaders, engaged citizens, and community members.
In 2020, the NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) voted unanimously to turn the first Tuesday in November to a day dedicated to civic engagement.
#AllVoteNoPlay Civic Drills Quick Start
Have 5-30 minutes? Watch one of these short videos on sports greats or civic foundations.
Have 30 minutes to 2 hours? Watch a documentary about a historic civic hero.
Have 2+ hours? Plan a field trip, either in person or virtually, to a local museum, monument, or historic site.
Have 5-30 minutes? Visit MyVoteProject.com to see upcoming votes in your community.
Have 30 minutes to 2 hours? GO VOTE! Or get players involved with an issue they care about.
Have 2+ hours? Register as a team or in small groups to volunteer as poll workers in your neighborhood.
Have 5-30 minutes? Players share about how they're supporting their communities and tag others to do the same.
Have 30 minutes to 2 hours? Have a Lunch and Learn at a family-owned restaurant to learn its history.
Have 2+ hours? Plan a Civic BBQ with other teams or campus groups.
This guide is a start, not an end. We want to hear from you!
Make some “civic” noise! Share your story and activities via social media #AllVoteNoPlay or send us your good work and we’ll promote it for you!