Learn From Past Events

To help others, students are asked to fill out a
survey after the registration events they organize.
Below is a list of feedback we’ve received:

What others did to organize the event:

I built my team through a small group of friends and was able to get six adult volunteers by contacting the League of Women Voters (though I contacted them kinda late -- won't make that mistake again). I chose the area outside the school cafeteria because it's always crowded during lunch and I knew I'd have a huge audience there. I also got my social studies teacher to bring students.

How they promoted their registration event:

I was able to get permission for the event and the venue (outside my high school cafeteria during lunch hour) and the registration forms through my local League of Women Voters. I asked school administrators to help me publicize the event through the school's online "Events" portal and several friends posted in on their social media channels.

Advice from student organizers (things to watch out for, lessons learned):

I was able to pull the event together fairly quickly on my own (just a few weeks), but next time I'll plan better to make sure I have a bigger team and more adult volunteers.

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