Inspired Stories

Inspire U.S. Success Stories from Across the Country

Tips to Succeed in Registering Young Voters

Inspired Leader, Scarlett Kiaras-Attari, organized a voter registration drive at her high school, Sacred Heart Academy. Over 60% of their seniors registered to vote. Read how Scarlett managed her success.

Read more

Registering to vote in the digital world

Ryan Drysdale, Regional Program Coordinator for Inspire U.S., describes his experience in having high school students register to vote online.

Read more

James River students meet state candidates

Inspired Leader, McClain Moran from James River High School, organized a candidate forum for students and the community to learn about the candidates running for the House of Delegates. Read her interview.

Read more

Registering to vote senior class was a Wild Ride

Jahnavi Rao, a senior at Conestoga High School in Pennsylvania, describes how she and her fellow Inspired Leaders worked hard to reach their goal of registering to vote 85% of their senior class. 

Read more

Get Ready for NVRD 2017

Schools are back in session and we are gearing up for National Voter Registration Day on September 26. Is your school going to participate?

Read more

Getting the Job Done

The 2017-18 Inspired Year has officially started. Click here to read about some successes from the 2016-17 Inspired Year.

Read more

Does media alienate young voters?

Inspire Alumni,  Samuel Dubke describes why young people may tune out politics in an op-ed piece for the Wall Street Journal

Read more

Inspired Leader receives Volunteer Award

Isabella Lovain is an active member of Inspire Virginia and recently received a Youth Volunteer award. Read more...

Read more

2017 Inspire Award Recipients

Eight Inspired Leaders went above and beyond registering their peers to vote and earned them the coveted Inspire Award.  Read more about about them here.

Read more

Elected Official Visits Colorado High School

Inspired Leader Lila Jordan was surprised how easy it was to get an elected official to visit her school. Read about Lila's experience.

Read more