Constitution Week 2020

  • Program Overview:

September 14-22

SGA Voter Registration Table

  • Student Government Association 
  • Kennesaw Student Center 213 and Marietta Student Center 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Students will be able to register to vote through the KSU TurboVote System and collect resources regarding polling locations, educational tools, and 2020 Census information.

September 14th

  • Get Out the Vote!
  • Student Leadership and Service Civic Engagement Team
  • The Commons Front Patio12:00 AM-2:00 PM
  • Students will be able to register to vote through the KSU TurboVote System and collect resources regarding polling locations, educational tools, and 2020 Census information

  • What’s the Tea on Democracy?
  • Student Leadership and Service Civic Engagement Team
  • Virtually via Instagram12:00 PM
  • To spread awareness of the importance of voting engagement through our social media platform. By providing 3 questions throughout the week on twitter and on Instagram we can encourage students to respond and repost the questions and engage with others through the questions we ask on the platforms. The goal is to at least reach 50 likes, shares, or views. Also will go live with our CET Team by having them share their experiences on voting. 

September 15

  • Pocket Constitution Give Away
  • Sturgis Library starting at 10:00 AM
  • Students will receive pocket-sized constitutions on a first come first serve basis. 

  • Get Out the Vote!

  • Student Leadership and Service Civic Engagement Team
  • Kennesaw Student Center Terrace 12:00 AM-2:00 PM
  • Students will be able to register to vote through the KSU TurboVote System and collect resources regarding polling locations, educational tools, and 2020 Census information.

Speak Up Series: COVID: Your Rights, Your Health

  • Housing & Residence Life and The Office of Student Advocacy
  • Virtually 7:00 PM- 8:00 PM
  • Join Zoom Meeting
    https://kennesaw-edu.zoom.us/j/91772438366
    Meeting ID: 917 7243 8366
    Passcode: m8eBsR

  • Event for students to engage in dialogue and discussion around civic issues. This event will provide students a space to talk about constitutional rights regarding COVID and the impact on health. Students will be able to communicate their thoughts on their rights regarding COVID stipulations (i.e. mask-wearing) and communicate their thoughts on the impact of their health and community health in COVID response.

September 16th

  • Get Out the Vote!
  • Student Leadership and Service Civic Engagement Team
  • The Commons Front Patio 12:00 AM-2:00 PM
  • Students will be able to register to vote through the KSU TurboVote System and collect resources regarding polling locations, educational tools, and 2020 Census information.
  • UN SDG Student Leaders in the COVID-19 Context 

  • CIFAL Atlanta, RCE Greater Atlanta, UNITAR, City of Atlanta Mayors Office of International Affairs
  • Virtual Panel Discussion 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
  • A panel discussion to highlight student leaders and their work related to SDGs and COVID-19. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with students panelists and speakers to discuss solutions to improve our world amidst the pandemic. 

September 17th: Constitution & Citizenship Day

The Constitution and Public Health- Panel Discussion

  • KSU Library & The School of Government & International Affairs
  • Virtually 12:30 PM: https://tinyurl.com/KSUConstitution2020
  • A virtual panel presentation with professors of the School of Government & International Affairs. We will look at how the government has dealt with epidemics and other medical crises in the past, possibly with some attention to ideas like mandatory mask-wearing, vaccinations, and quarantines. 

What’s the Tea on Democracy?

  • Student Leadership and Service Civic Engagement Team
  • Virtually via Instagram 2:30 PM
  • To spread awareness of the importance of voting engagement through our social media platform. By providing 3 questions throughout the week on twitter and on Instagram we can encourage students to respond and repost the questions and engage with others through the questions we ask on the platforms. The goal is to at least reach 50 likes, shares, or views. Also will go live with our CET Team by having them share their experiences on voting. 


September 18th

The Ease of Voting

  • Parent and Family Programs & SGA 
  • The Commons Front Patio 12:00 PM -2:00 PM
  • A fun interactive experience to demonstrate to students how easy it is to engage in the voting process. 

September 21st

The Ease of Voting

  • Parent and Family Programs & SGA 
  • In front of Stingers 12:00 PM -2:00 PM
  • A fun interactive experience to demonstrate to students how easy it is to engage in the voting process. 

  • Political People Scavenger Hunt
  • Student Leadership and Service Civic Engagement Team
  • Virtual through Teams 1:00 PM- 2:30 PM
  • Students will be able to learn about Georgia's governmental structures on the surface through competition-based group learning. They will also increase their knowledge and awareness of the voting process and register or update their voter registration.

  • Climate Advocacy Training: Using Social Media to Lobby Elected Officials for Change
  • Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL), The Office of Sustainability, EcoOwls, OwlSwap
  • Virtually 5:00 PM-6:00 PM
  • Participants will learn ways to use social media to constructively engage with their elected officials on the issues that matter most to them

September 22nd: National Voter Registration Day

  • Get Out the Vote!
  • Student Leadership and Service Civic Engagement Team
  • The Commons Front Patio 10:00 AM-2:00 PM
  • Students will be able to register to vote through the KSU TurboVote System and collect resources regarding polling locations, educational tools, and 2020 Census information. In addition, a representative from Cobb Elections will be available to share opportunities to volunteer at the polls on election day and support events on election night.

  • Get Out the Vote!
  • Student Leadership and Service Civic Engagement Team
  • Kennesaw Student Center Terrace 10:00 AM-2:00 PM
  • Students will be able to register to vote through the KSU TurboVote System and collect resources regarding polling locations, educational tools, and 2020 Census information. In addition, a representative from Cobb Elections will be available to share opportunities to volunteer at the polls on election day and support events on election night.

What’s the Tea on Democracy?

  • Student Leadership and Service Civic Engagement Team
  • Virtually via Instagram 5:00 PM
  • To spread awareness of the importance of voting engagement through our social media platform. By providing 3 questions throughout the week on twitter and on Instagram we can encourage students to respond and repost the questions and engage with others through the questions we ask on the platforms. The goal is to at least reach 50 likes, shares, or views. Also will go live with our CET Team by having them share their experiences on voting. 

 

 

 

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