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We'll teach your student government how to run big, effective voter registration and get-out-the-vote programs that get students out to the polls on Election Day.

Latest News

Tips from an Outgoing SGA President

With the academic year coming to an end, we took this opportunity to interview Samantha Zwerling about her experience serving for the past two years as the president of the University of Maryland Student Government Association.

How did you get involved in the UMD Student Government?
When I came to college, I was looking for an environmental student group to join, so I got involved with MaryPIRG. MaryPIRG’s funding was very dependent on their relationship with the SGA, so I started attending every SGA meeting. I became the Chapter Chair of MaryPIRG at the end of my sophomore year, and continued to work with the SGA. At the end of that year, I thought that I could make a big impact on the SGA and decided to run for president.Read More

NCLC’s Annual Summit in DC

Summit-2014-Logo-1024x190The National Campus Leadership Council holds an annual Summit in Washington, D.C., that brings together incoming and outgoing student body presidents to tackle major issues affecting our generation. More than 100 student leaders will convene in the nation’s capital to connect and set a course for strategic action over the coming year.

Over the last two Summits, more than 200 student body presidents have convened to build a strong community of student leaders that has spread innovative campus initiatives and provided critical leadership on national policy debates. NCLC empowers student leaders to make a meaningful impact on issues like student debt, youth jobs, and campus safety.

This year’s Summit is coming up in a few weeks, so time is running out to register. Learn more here.

The Big Event at Texas A&M

The Big EventThe Big Event is a community service event where college students spend a day completing volunteer projects for local residents as a way to say “Thank You” to the community. The event started at Texas A&M University and has now spread to over 100 colleges nationwide. Dozens of student governments organize The Big Event each year as one of their largest service programs.

We interviewed William Nereson, the director of The Big Event at Texas A&M, to find out more about this project.

Please tell us a little bit about who you are: your role with The Big Event, your year, your major, any other background info you’d like to share.
I am an Industrial Distribution major from Boerne, Texas, and a member of the Class of 2014. I have a twin brother. I have had the opportunity to be involved with The Big Event for all four years of college. I started my time in The Big Event as a Staff Assistant. For this year, I have served as the Director of The Big Event.

What is The Big Event? How did the event go in 2014?
The Big Event is the largest student-run service project in the nation. We had 20,503 students participate in The Big Event at Texas A&M in 2014. They completed almost 2,036 jobs in the community.Read More

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"The best thing about the Student Government Resource Center's training is that it teaches your student government to act. Instead of just talking about problems, their trainers showed our members how to move toward concrete, achievable solutions."

-Ethan Senack, UConn Undergraduate Student Government