Apply to be a UMaine Student Voting Ambassador!

Two students with pizzaWould you like to spend the Fall 2022 semester helping your campus community to vote in this year’s election? Apply to be a UMaine Student Voting Ambassador today!

Working with our on-campus UMaine UVote Program, UMaine Student Voting Ambassadors will play an important role in ensuring that we have robust campus turnout in this election. Those who are chosen for this position will assist students in registering to vote, requesting absentee ballots, and enabling access to non-partisan information required to make an informed choice.  

Fellows will get paid for empowering fellow Black Bears to vote!

Requirements & Responsibilities:

  • Open to students in any major or program at any point in their academic career.
  • Ambassadors must be willing to commit to this position for 4-5 hours a week through mid-November. 
  • This position will involve a flexible mixture of online and in-person organizing. 
  • Ambassadors commit to a model of non-partisan engagement, working to ensure that all individuals who want to vote are provided the means to do so. 


  • Fellows will be paid on an hourly basis for their on-campus work and their collaboration with the Town of Orono. 
  • A transformative, active educational experience that will help students understand elections and democracy while having fun!

If this sounds exciting to you, apply today by filling out the form below! Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all of our paid positions are filled, so apply as soon as possible. 

Don’t hesitate to contact Professor Rob Glover at or Jenny Desmond at with any questions or to learn more  about this opportunity. This opportunity is supported in part by a grant from the Students Learn Students Vote Coalition and Ask Every Student. 

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