Campus Election Engagement Project


CEEPCampus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is a national, nonpartisan project that helps administrators, faculty, staff and student leaders at America’s colleges and universities mobilize their 20 million students to register to vote, volunteer in campaigns, educate themselves on issues and candidates and turn out at the polls.

CEEP produces high-quality resources such as candidate and issue guides for major elections and issues relevant to students, a guide to engaging students at orientation and an updated social media toolkit. These and many more useful resources can be found at CEEP also manages a student Fellows program. CEEP Fellows organize voter registration events, distribute educational materials to their peers and organize and carry out Get Out the Vote (GOTV) events leading up to Election Day, recruiting volunteers on campus along the way. CEEP has approximately 200 paid Fellows nationally this fall, including 23 in Wisconsin. Meet our Wisconsin Fellows here!

CCWI hosts two part-time CEEP staffers, Luke Verdecchia and Alejandra Gonzalez, providing CEEP with additional support and guidance in Wisconsin, including to CCWI’s already vast network. This partnership allows CCWI to advocate for CEEP and vice versa, strengthening both organizations and improving their visibility across Wisconsin.

To learn more about CEEP, reach out to Luke at luke {at} compact(.)org or Alejandra at agonzalez {at} compact(.)org. Luke is based in Madison, and Alejandra is based in Milwaukee.