OneVote Partners

By Tonka Dobreva 10.03.2016 interact

NHC pic 2National History Club

The National History Club Inc. (NHC) inspires students and teachers to start History Club chapters at middle and high schools throughout the United States. Members of local History Club chapters participate in local and national programs and create their own projects and activities. To date, 550+ History Club chapters at high schools and middle schools in 44 states have joined the NHC, and there are over 15,000 student members. To learn more about NHC visit


Youth Service Americaservicevote 

ServiceVote is YSA’s U.S. election-year resource to engage young people, ages 5-25, in the political process by connecting with their peers, voters and candidates. Designed for both voting age and non-voting age youth, ServiceVote challenges young people to learn more about our government and political system and to advocate, serve, raise awareness and engage others in the electoral process. With half the world’s population under age 25, YSA’s mission is to help all young people find their voice, take action, and make an impact on vital community issues.


Student Television NewsSTN.CMYK.FIXED 09.10 

Does your school have a broadcast journalism, TV production, film or media program? Are you thinking about starting one and need some assistance? Join Student Television Network (STN), a non-profit, educational association that supports these programs with curriculum materials, peer support, student contests and the annual convention in Anaheim, Calif., March 28-31, 2017. For more information visit or call 877-786-1001.



Generation Citizengen-citizen-logo 

Generation Citizen works to ensure that every student in the united states receives an effective action civics education, which provides them with the knowledge and skills necessary to participate in our democracy as active citizens. Generation Citizen inspires civic participation through a proven state standards-aligned action civics class that gives students the opportunity to experience real-world democracy.


  1. desiree

    no,because they do there job and there the same like everyone else

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