Partnering Organizations

Our Partners
Our Partners

Project 555 would not be possible without the support and collaboration of partnering organizations. Through their guidance, mentorship, and resources, Project 555 is able to instill youth with the power of voting

Each organization has been extremely helpful in coordinating Project 555. Through their guidance, mentorship, and resources, Project 555 is able to instill youth with the power of voting.

Our Partners

Project 555 would not be possible without the support and collaboration of partnering organizations. Through their guidance, mentorship, and resources, Project 555 is able to instill youth with the power of voting

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The ATNJ Education Fund educates the general public about the policies that affect our everyday lives from the state Capital to our nation’s capital. ATNJEF envisions a state of citizens who are informed and engaged in democracy; where the power lies with working class people; and where elected officials form policies that create and maintain a just, fair, and inclusive community.


 

The Digital Studies Center is an interdisciplinary, collaborative research, development, and education center at Rutgers – Camden. DiSC helps kick-start, facilitate, support, and promote projects that are made possible by the convergence of digital technologies with the humanities as well as the arts, natural, and social sciences.


 

The Institute for Leadership & Action at Rutgers (ILA) University–Camden creates opportunities for students to embrace, engage, and enhance their ability to act as leaders and agents of change in their personal, professional, and civic lives. The ILA offers a variety of hands-on experiences for all students on the Rutgers-Camden campus to identify and strengthen their unique potential for leadership.


 

The Law School trains the next generation of lawyers through well-recognized and acclaimed classroom teachings and experiential programs. Among many of its Pro Bono initiatives is the Voter’s Rights Project which seeks to create a nonpartisan project which mirrors the national Election Protection program


 

The League of Women Voters of New Jersey encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. We envision a democracy where every person has the desire, the right, the knowledge and the confidence to participate. We believe in the power of women to create a more perfect democracy.


 

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People NJ State Conference ensures the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and works to eliminate race-based discrimination in New Jersey. Their goal is to advance the NAACP’s nationwide effort to form a society in which all individuals have equal rights without discrimination based on race.


 

The New Jersey Institute for Social Justice vies to expose and repair the cracks of structural racism in our foundation that erupt into earthquakes in communities of color. The Institute advocates for systemic reform that is at once transformative, achievable in the state and replicable in communities across the nation.


 

The NJ PIRG Students is a student-ran organization that has runs campaigns to protect the environment, fight hunger and homelessness, and promote civic engagement. NJPIRG’s priority campaign this fall is the New Voter’s Project, which seeks to create a culture of civic engagement on campus, raise youth voter turnout and institutionalize voter registration.


 

The Office of Civic Engagement connects Rutgers University–Camden to communities beyond the campus. Working with community partners, we support efforts to meet the challenges facing our host city, county, and region through engaged civic learning, volunteerism and service, community-based research, and integrated efforts and partnerships.

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