We have many opportunities for high school students to volunteer and engage in voter registration activities. 

Volunteer for Candidate Forums

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The League holds Candidate Forums. Visit www.lwv-fairfax.org/candidateforum

2019 Candidate Forum Volunteers, visit here.

FCPS Interns

For more about the internship program, write to Beth Tudan, director@lwv-fairfax.org.

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Organize a voter registration drive at your high school

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To organize a volunteer drive at your high school, click here to write to Beth Tudan, LWV of Fairfax Executive Director, at director@lwv-fairfax.org or to Bob Meredith, LWV of Fairfax Voter Registration Chair, at voterregistration@lwv-fairfax.org

 

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Election Day Participation Program for High School Students

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The 2000 General Assembly enacted legislation (Va. Code § 24.2-604) enabling the local electoral boards, with the cooperation of school authorities, to establish a program for high school students to encourage an interest in voting, to foster an awareness of the elderly and disabled community, and to assist the officers of election on Election Day.

Each November, the Fairfax County Electoral Board invites high school government OR bilingual Spanish students who are at least 16 years of age and enrolled in a high school Spanish class or the Spanish Honor Society, to participate in this national award winning program. Students may serve as either Election Officers (if eligible) or Election Pages. The individual schools/teachers will determine what participation credits or volunteer hours the students may be awarded. Note: Schools are not in session on Election Day in November.

For more about the Fairfax County Page Program, click here. 

 

Volunteer for Moot Joint Jury Trials

Are you already 18? If so, here's an opportunity for you that we offer twice per year.