We are pleased to announce our Student Election Apprentice Project for high school students  who identify as a person with a disability.

Students will earn volunteer hours to learn about what’s on the ballot, how to register to vote and curbside monitoring. They will get paid a stipend if they monitor on Election Day.

Who Should Apply?

We are seeking energetic and self-motivated NC high school students who identify as a person with disabilities. The applicant should be passionate about learning about voter engagement and making voting sites and the voting process are accessible to people with disabilities.

Students must:

  • Be a US citizen
  • Be at least 18 years old by Election Day
  • Be enrolled by a public/private high school or home school
  • Be a student with a disability
  • Obtain a recommendation from a teacher, counselor, director or principal

Apply here – Student Application 

 Reasonable Accommodations:

Disability Rights North Carolina will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified persons with disabilities to ensure equal opportunities for applicants and employees. We will ensure the consistent application of state and federal laws as they relate to persons with disabilities. If you need assistance, please contact Human Resources at 919-856-2195.

Questions?  Email mia.graves@disabilityrightsnc.org

More information: #AccesstheVoteNC