At this time, we are only offering virtual trainings and can accommodate a group of any size*. Please select a training from the list below, then complete the sign-up form with at least two potential dates and times.
Training 1: Intro to Voter Engagement
Intended audience: Nonprofit leadership, staff, or volunteers at one or more organizations who are new to the concept of engaging voters.
Topics covered: Why it is important (and effective!) to engage voters at nonprofits, the Dos and Don’ts of remaining nonpartisan, key concepts and strategies for engaging voters.
Length: 30-45 minutes presentation time (including Q&A) and up to 15 minutes for event set up
Base Cost: $180
Training 2: Voter Engagement Best Practices
Intended audience: Nonprofit leadership, staff, or volunteers at one or more organizations who are committed to engaging voters but need a better understanding of different strategies.
Topics covered: We can cover 1-2 topics including voter registration, voter education, vote by mail, engaging candidates, ballot measure advocacy, Running a GOTV campaign, and staying nonpartisan.
Length: 45-60 minutes presentation time (including Q&A) and up to 15 minutes for event set up
Training 3: Voter Engagement Deep Dive
Intended audience: Nonprofit leadership, staff, or volunteers with strong organizational support for voter engagement efforts
Topics covered: This training combines the topics from training 1 and 2, as well as making a voter engagement plan. Please select 1-2 topics from the list above as a training focus.
Length: 60-90 minutes presentation time (including Q&A) and up to 30 minutes for event set up
*Tech considerations and audience size: Our trainer will come prepared with a powerpoint presentation, additional links/resources, and ready to answer audience questions. The organization setting up the training is responsible for providing the digital platform (Zoom, Google Hangouts, etc) and ensuring an audience of at least 20 individuals.
Nonprofit VOTE also offers regular tools and assistance. You can learn more about how nonprofits can engage potential voters by utilizing some of our other resources: