The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge in partnership with the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) is providing voter education, registration, turnout, and advocacy tools and resources to support the engagement of college athletics in the democratic process. Within this resource hub, we encourage college coaches to engage in the following capacities:
Follow the drop down menu options below for each of these items.
For more information about athletic conference challenges organized by ALL IN, visit here.
Go to the NABC Coaches’ Task Force website to find local and national partners that can help support planning and implementation of democratic engagement on your campus and, in some cases, provide additional resources. The Students Learn Students Vote (SLSV) coalition has also put together this list of resources.
Core team of coaches who work alongside ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge and serve as a resource for fellow coaches. Will require an hour of training the week of July 20 and being available to support coaches in your state/region. At this time, the members of the Coaches Task Force have been confirmed.
The Coaches’ Voter Registration and Engagement Pledge for the 2021 Georgia Runoff Election is to support nonpartisan voter engagement efforts with your student-athletes who are eligible to vote. Coaches who sign this pledge will receive the playbook and resources, regional Task Force contact information and guidance on connecting with the civic engagement office on your campus.
In August 2020, the Coaches’ Voter Engagement Task Force will be releasing the Coaches’ Voter Engagement Playbook to support the engagement of student athletes in the democratic engagement process. Until the release of the Playbook we encourage engagement with the ALL IN Virtual Democratic Engagement Toolkit for campuses to learn more about strategies and creative ideas for virtual and in-person learning.
Sign up for the ALL INsider to receive the playbook and other resources. This is a great option for individuals who are interested in learning about and supporting student voter engagement but not ready to make the Coaches; Voter Engagement Pledge or to serve on the Coaches’ Voter Engagement Task Force, at this time.Begin receiving the ALL INsider newsletter by completing this form and clicking “Subscribe to List” at the bottom of the form.
Any questions about the Coaches’ Voter Engagement Resources (task force, playbook or process) can be directed to NABC volunteers Eric Reveno of Georgia Tech ([email protected]), Joe Kennedy of the College of Holy Cross ([email protected]) or Mike Burns of Boise State University ([email protected]) and Stephanie King, Director of Strategic Initiatives at ALL IN ([email protected]).
This initiative is a product of the NABC Committee on Racial Reconciliation.