Their work includes creating some highly produced, fun videos for social media as well as talking directly to their fellow students about things such as making voting plans. It’s all important work.
“When we’re having these conversations, we’re empowering people in our community to be better, to make their own choices and feel empowered in those choices,” Sylvia Snow-Rackley, a second-year student at Tri-C, told me.
Check out the story (and one of those videos!) below.
TRI-C ELECTION STORIES
Their goal: Getting people to exercise their civic duty while making democracy fun.
President Michael Baston says the college continues to train future first responders, manufacturing workers and others by offering affordable education options.