Community leaders and institutions can learn from and implement strategies and tools used by educators to teach and engage youth.
From news outlets to social media platforms, institutions that make up a community’s media ecosystem must redouble their efforts to support young potential voters.
A new CIRCLE analysis highlights different profiles of whether media ecosystems in different counties offer adequate support for youth civic engagement and lead to higher voting rates.
Our analysis finds that local groups and institutions can help connect youth to democratic participation, but they must do better to reach a wide diversity of young people.
Our research finds that this nonprofit which provides training and employment to young adults also teaches valuable civic skills.
Our study finds no evidence that AmeriCorps politically mobilizes young people, and that non-voters are actually more likely to enroll in the program.
A major new CIRCLE report explores what stands in the way of non-college youth engaging in communities and how we can support them.
A report co-authored by CIRCLE Director Peter Levine draws important conclusions from the insights of top leaders in American civic life.
A new report produced in partnership with Nonprofit VOTE highlights the potential for community organizations to engage voters.