When students are empowered to use their voice, they can make a world of difference. Whether their positive impact is felt at the local level—or all the way up in the national government—NASSP believes in encouraging students to get involved in civic outreach and become active figures in their communities.

Advocacy as Service

Check out “Advocacy as Service,” an on-demand webinar where student leaders share why and how advocacy can be a valuable service-learning activity. You will also explore simple ways to introduce advocacy at your school to help students drive positive change.


NASSP and its student leadership programs—National Honor Society, National Junior Honor Society, and National Student Council—have partnered with DoSomething to promote civic engagement through online voter registration drives. Each school can create a personalized registration page which allows you to share the page with eligible students, community members, and beyond. Learn more today.

No Kid Hungry

NASSP and its Student Leadership Advisory Committee are proud to partner with No Kid Hungry, a national campaign run by Share Our Strength. Through this collaboration, NASSP will serve as a platform for our nation’s schools to address the pressing issue of childhood hunger in America through meaningful opportunities for students and school leaders to engage in advocacy and service. Learn more now.