Are you a student athlete that wants to help your team become more involved in civics? Use this step by step guide to see how you can get coach and team commitment, learn about your power as a student athlete, and make a plan to vote. Send this guide to other student athletes and coaches to engage their team as well!
Compliance officers can use this guide to learn more about the 2020 civic engagement NCAA legislation, and the 2022 updates to the legislation. It also gives ideas for what teams can do to meet the required time off legislation and a page to track each team's compliance.
Use this one page document to share with athletes, coaches, and athletic directors in an email or a text to help them learn more about All Vote No Play and why it is important to involve their team in civic engagement.
How to Work with Athletics - Slide Deck
Interested in giving a presentation about All Vote No Play to your teams, coaches, or athletic departments? Check out these slides from a presentation at the Andrew Goodman Foundation Legacy Leadership Summit for inspiration. This presentation demystifies how to engage the Athletic Department in civic activities that support students and coaches!
Find the email template that best applies to you, and feel free to make it your own. The more people you reach out to personally, the more likely that this movement will grow and teams across the country will be civically engaged!
We understand it can be very difficult to understand who and what you are voting for in local elections. Click here to read Every Vote Counts’ easy-to-follow guide to “Demystifying Down-Ballot Elections.”