Campus Organizing

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Jill always says that students and youth are literally our future. You are the ones that we must support in building a more just future in our country. Campus organizing is needed to spread the message that if all 43 million persons with student debt voted for the only candidate that wanted to cancel student debt, Jill could win this election with a voting plurality. By posting flyers on your campus, starting a chapter of Young Greens, organizing and engaging in direct actions in person and online, dialoguing with other college groups who have overlapping interests, you can get the word out to other students and youth.

If you haven’t already, sign up on our Volunteer page to stay up to date on Jill2016 volunteer opportunities.

Also, join the Green Party's Youth Caucus for news on what Young Greens are doing nationwide.


📚 Steps to Organize Your Young Greens Chapter

1. Recruit and Register

Complete the Campus Chapter Application here!

Any non-Young Greens student organization that endorses the Stein-Baraka campaign is also eligible to be listed on this page and receive a free shipment of campaign materials. Please complete Step 1 and provide some documentation (social media post, statement by group's leadership) that you have endorsed Stein-Baraka. 


2. Get Campus Recognition and Funding

There are benefits to being an official student organization including use of campus spaces, bulletins, and often student activities funding. Official campus recognition may also allow you to participate in student activities fairs and give you great ability to post flyers and have events on campus. It also signals that your group is here to stay to build the revolution even after Election Day. Because campuses often recognize clubs for political parties but not candidates, we recommend your group be titled a Young Greens chapter. 

You can often find information on how to become an official campus group on the student activities page of your school. Sometimes they may require documents like By-Laws or Constitution. Even if not, it can be a good idea to have a basis for how your group functions, especially as it expands way beyond 3 persons! You can use our Chapter ByLaws Template and Chapter Constitution Template and simply plug in the name of your school. If you receive official recognition by your school or have questions on Constition/By-Laws, email gpusyouth@gmail.com to let the Green Party's Youth Caucus know!


3. Organize and Hold Events

Spread the word on campus to gain more members and to begin to promote Jill and the Green Party. Use the Campus Organizing Guide 101 to learn the basics. Check out our Organizing Hub for other ideas on things that your chapter can do such as phonebanking parties or flyering. A few flyers that may be helpful are the Jill2016 Student FlyerMillion Student March FlyerYGR Customizable Flyer, and YGR Customizable Poster. Make sure to post and find other local events on the Grassroots Events Calendar

4. Connect with Other Young Greens on Social Media

It can be helpful to see what other Young Greens are doing nationwide. In addition to other chapters below, check out the Youth Caucus of the Green Party WebsiteYouth Caucus Facebook PageYouth Caucus Facebook Group, and Young Greens Rising [for Jill Stein] Facebook Group. You may also want to connect with your state and local coordinator by finding your state information here.
 


List of Young Greens Chapters by State
(And Other Student Organizations that Have Endorsed Stein-Baraka)

Is your chapter not listed? Email younggreensrising@jill2016.com.

AK:  University of Alaska Anchorage  Email:    anchorageyounggreens@gmail.com

AZ: University of Arizona Email:  arizonacampusgreens@gmail.com

CA: California's Green Party Youth Caucus 

CA: Cal Poly State University Email:  CalPolyGreens@gmail.com

CA:  De Anza College

CA:  University of California- Berkeley Email:  greenparty.ucb@gmail.com

CA:  University of California- Davis Email:  ucdyounggreens@gmail.com

CA:  Cuesta Community College Email:  cuestayounggreens@gmail.com

CA:  California Institute of the Arts

CA: Humboldt State University Email:  hsugreens@humboldt.edu  

CA: Los Angeles Valley College Email:  Lavcgreens@gmail.com

CA:  Riverside City College

CO:  Community College of Denver

FL:  Hillsborough Community College

FL:  Florida Atlantic University Email:  faugreenparty@gmail.com

FL: Melbourne High School Email:  Progress4Brevard@gmail.com

GA:  University of North Georgia- Dahlonega Email:  younggreensrisingung@gmail.com

IA:  University of Iowa

IA:  Prairie High School Email:phsgreens@gmail.com

ID:  The College of Idaho

IN:  Indiana University Email:  IUYoungGreens@gmail.com

IL:  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Email:  uiucgreens@gmail.com

KY:  Marshall County High School Email:  mcyounggreens@gmail.com

MD: Baltimore Young Greens

MD:  Loyola University Maryland Email:  loyolagreens@gmail.com

MI: University of Michigan

MI:  Wayne State University  Email:  wsucollegegreens@gmail.com

MI:  Lansing Community College

MT:  University of Montana Email:  umyounggreens@gmail.com

NC:  University of North Carolina-Asheville Email:  uncagreenparty@gmail.com

NC:  University of North Carolina Email:  uncggreens@gmail.com

NJ:  Kean University  Email:  keanuniversitygreenparty@gmail.com

NJ:  Seton Hall University Email:  GPatSHU@gmail.com

NM: New Mexico State University

NM: University of New Mexico Email:  younggreensunm@gmail.com

NY:  The New School

NY:  CUNY

NY:  State University of New York- Albany

NY:  Rochester Institute of Technology Email:  iso.rochester@gmail.com

ISO Chapter endorsing Stein-Baraka 2016

OH: Capital University Email:   capgreens@gmail.com

OK: Oklahoma's Green Party Youth Caucus

PA: Penn State University Email:  psugreenparty@gmail.com

PA:  Delaware State University Email:  delvalyounggreens@gmail.com

TN:  Austin Peay State University  Email:  younggreensrising@hotmail.com

TN:  Nashville State Community College Email:  nsccyounggreensrising@gmail.com

TN:  Middle Tennessee State University Email:  younggreensrisingmtsu@gmail.com

TN:  University of Memphis Email:  young.greens.memphis@gmail.com

TX:  Texas Tech University Email:  texastechgreens@yahoo.com

TX:  The University of Texas at Dallas Email:  utd.young.greens@gmail.com

UT:  Weber State University Email:  younggreensrisingweber@outlook.com

VA:  Virginia Commonwealth University Email:  younggreensvcu@gmail.com

VA:  Old Dominion University Email:  oduyounggreens@gmail.com

VA:  Germanna Community College Email:  germannnagreens@gmail.com

VA:  Virginia Polytechnic and State University Email:  greensatvt@gmail.com

WI:  University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh Email:  uwoshygrevolution@gmail.com

 

 


We also have the following and other designated volunteer opportunities:

Young Greens Regional Lead

Location: Anywhere
Description: 
Young Greens Regional Leads will work with the Youth Coordinator and the Green Party’s Youth Caucus Steering Committee to reach out to new people interested in starting chapters of Young Greens, provide support while chapters are getting started, and facilitate communication amongst chapter leaders. You will focus on a particular region of the country or state. Time commitment at least 5 hours each week preferred.

How to apply: 
Send a statement of interest, including any relevant experience, to Youth Director at VolunteerPositions [at] Jill2016 [dot] com


We can build a better future together.