Passionate about voter and census education? Become a Hopkins Votes ambassador

The Center for Social Concern is seeking JHU students, faculty, and staff to serve as Hopkins Votes ambassadors in the 2019–20 academic year. Hopkins Votes is a nonpartisan effort that engages students, staff members, faculty, and alumni in fostering a campus environment that promotes voter education and engagement for local, state, and national elections, as well as education around the 2020 census.

Interested individuals will commit to the creation, implementation, and tracking of voter education and engagement initiatives from September 2019 to May 2020. Ambassadors will identify opportunities for programming, marketing, and implementation.

All individuals must be willing to commit to maintaining the nonpartisan stance in all communication and representation of Hopkins Votes, and should be willing to dedicate up to 10 hours per month on related activities. All JHU community members are welcome to serve as ambassadors, regardless of your voter eligibility or citizenship status.

Register on the Center for Social Concern website.

Email Courtnee Connon,, if you have any questions.