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NGP is pleased to partner with organizations—large and small—that share our values and vision.


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YVote is working to create a cross-partisan, youth civic engagement movement through which young people can channel their passions and beliefs into positive civic action, at and beyond the ballot box. Recent events have catalyzed an enormous appetite to create change, and many youth yearn to find a way to channel their efforts to strengthen civil society and to build a more just and equitable world. Now is the time for a cross-partisan, youth civic engagement movement, and YVote aims to help spark and support it.

The League of Women Voters

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The League of Women Voters is a citizens’ organization that has fought since 1920 to improve government and engage all citizens in the decisions that impact their lives. Operating at national, state and local levels through more than 800 state and local Leagues, in all 50 states as well in DC, the Virgin Islands and Hong Kong, the League shares a mission that closely aligns with that of Next Generation Politics. Both organizations work together to register students to vote, host debates and discussion forums with elected officials, and engage in outreach to young people to, ultimately, promote civic engagement among them.

United States Army

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On June 1st, 2017, Next Generation Politics was officially sponsored by the United States Army. Through the help of  NGP’s Smithtown Chapter Leader Brian Femminella and Staff Sergeant Leonor, Mervin L. of the U.S Army Career Center of Smithtown, NY, Next Generation Politics was able to secure this sponsorship.  NGP will be working closely with the U.S Army in its future programs and activities. Specifically, NGP will be collaborating with local U.S Army Career Centers to host leadership workshops and educate students on the opportunities available in the U.S Army.


The American Council of Young Political Leaders

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The American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL) program focuses on international educational exchanges for young political leaders worldwide. The program provides in-depth exploration of the governance, politics, policy making, bilateral relations, culture, and geographic diversity of the host country. The ACYPL connects NGP members to rising political leaders for interviews and discussion forums.



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Redefy, an organization determined to defy seemingly unchangeable stereotypes, is fostering valuable and critical discussion among young people. Redefy empowers young people to voice their concerns and opinions through its blog, in an effort to eradicate harmful stereotypes. NGP is proud to partner with Redefy to expand the breadth of  both our movements through new members, leaders, and blog contributors.


Suffolk County Democrats

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Suffolk County Democrats are the volunteers whose grassroots activities give democratic candidates an edge in local elections. NGP, careful to maintain its bipartisan stance, works with the Suffolk County Democrats to expose select NGP members to the ideals of democratic candidates running for local, state, and federal office.


The Huntington Young Republicans

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The Huntington Young Republicans is a group of Young Republicans from the Huntington Township, New York. As an inclusive coalition of Young Professionals, 16-35, that supports the Republican Party in Huntington and across Suffolk County, the group collaborates with NGP to host discussion forums with elected officials and expose NGP members to the ideals of republican candidates for local, state, and federal office.


National Speech and Debate Association

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NGP and the NSDA are collaborating to host webinars with elected officials and activists and are sharing resources to advance the knowledge and engagement of members of both organizations.

Project Vetrepeneur

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Project Vetrepreneur assists veterans in starting their own businesses. Next Generation Politics is collaborating with Project Vetrepreneur to share the stories of veterans with students through forums and conferences. Through a sharing of networks, both organizations will continue to thrive!

Youth National Organization for Women on Long Island

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The Youth National Organization for Women on Long Island (also known as YNOW LI) is an organization that works to intersectionally empower and educate youth of all backgrounds regardless of gender, race, sexuality, religion, or socioeconomic background. YNOW also aspires to motivate and prepare youth, especially young women, to pursue leadership and create progressive and meaningful change in their local and broader communities.  YNOW LI is a branch of the National Organization of Women and is the first independent chapter for youths on Long Island.

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