Year in Review
2016 marked the founding of Civic Duty and the start of many national and regional initiative that strived to engage more students into the political process. Take a look at what we have been able to do this past year!
54th Annual United States Senate Youth Program
March 5th-12th, 2016
The founders of Civic Duty meet at a week-long program in Washington DC.
Civic Duty Incorporated
May 16th, 2016
Civic Duty is officially incorporated in the State of Indiana and also obtains its 501(c)3 non-profit status.
First Board of Directors Meeting
May 27th, 2016
July 16th, 2016
Our first national initiative, #speakup4CD was kicked off by Jay Lin, a city councilman from Johns Creek, GA. The initiative interviewed public officials from all levels of government in order to understand the importance of political participation.
First Head2Head Debate Published
September 6th, 2016
Head2Head begins with the publishing of the first debate on the topic of campaign finance reform. The initiative strived to bring out the differing political viewpoints of students across the country
T-Shirt Fundraiser Ends
October 30th, 2016
Civic Duty's Booster t-shirt fundraiser campaign ends, having sold 30 shirts and received donations that went to our voter registration efforts.
November 8th, 2016
At the time of the 2016 general election, Civic Duty's voter registration efforts through its Don't Vote? Don't Complain national initiative registers over a hundred first time voters.
First Beyond Party Lines Video Posted
Our latest national initiative, Beyond Party Lines, will attempt to show that there is more to politics than party affiliation as students share the respect they have for each other despite their different political views
November 30th, 2016