Baltimore Corps enlists talent to accelerate social innovation in Baltimore and advance a citywide agenda of equity and racial justice. Mile 22 has worked with Baltimore Corps to develop their sales and partnerships strategy for working with large institutions across Baltimore.
The Foundation for Civic Leadership is a non-profit organization dedicated to engaging the next generation of global citizens. They work with partners to identify gaps in the field, incubate new scalable projects to help fill them, and support those projects in becoming independent and sustainable. Mile 22 has worked with FCL to in deep partnership to develop a field wide strategy for student voter engagement, establish new platforms to move it forward, and communicate that vision to the public.
You can read about the results of our work with the Foundation for Civic Leadership in these two New York Times features from 2018:
Getting Student Power Into the Voting Booth, July 4, 2018
The Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School (IOP) was established in 1966 as a memorial to President Kennedy. The IOP’s mission is to unite and engage students, particularly undergraduates, with academics, politicians, activists, and policymakers on a non-partisan basis to inspire them to consider careers in politics and public service. The Institute strives to promote greater understanding and cooperation between the academic world and the world of politics and public affairs. Mile 22 has worked with the Harvard IOP to build out a long term strategy for its’ National Campaign Consortium and plan its annual conference.
#VoteTogether is a national campaign to increase voter participation by making voting fun and celebratory. At thousands of nonpartisan events hosted at and near polling places across the country, #VoteTogether partners will bring together families, friends and neighbors in a celebration of civic engagement and the act of voting. Mile 22 partnered with #VoteTogether to support 92 local partners in the state of Maryland in hosting celebrations at the polls in 2018.