Aired March 3, 2017: Gary Bowden Show, WAJR News Network
Inspire West Virginia Leader Bethany Winters, who was recently a Honorary Secretary of State, talks about Inspire and why it's important for the youth vote and be engaged in their community. Listen here.
Published February 28, 2017: West VirginiaRecord
The West Virginia Secretary of State is hosting high school students, who have registered 100 percent of their eligible voters, to be Honorary Secretary of State for a day. Read the article here.
Published February 5, 2017: WeAreWVProud.com
Inspire West Virginia Alumni Antonella Blanco was one of 100 students nationwide selected for the senate youth program. Read more...
Published January 9, 2017: Nonprofit News.Vegas
Las Vegas, NV – High school student leaders across the Las Vegas Valley are ready for action. They have been registering their peers to vote and asking about the issues that matter most to them. Read more
Published November 9, 2016: Jan Brennan, Education Commission of the States
A vibrant democracy depends on the informed and active participation of citizens. A dedicated group of Colorado high school students did their part for democracy by conducting voter registration efforts at their schools this year. Read more
Published October 31, 2016: The Register-Herald.com
“We’re an organization called Inspire West Virginia,” Chelsea Costello said. “We are a nonpartisan, nonprofit group that tries to get high schoolers to help their peers become involved in the civic process. We want the next generation to be empowered in their communities.” Read more
Published June 16, 2016: The Herald Dispatch
"With the help of the non-profit group called Inspire West Virginia, which advocates for student engagement in civic affairs, and that group's student leaders, the 14 award-winning schools registered more than 1,200 students last school year. Statewide, Inspire West Virginia registered 2,200 students." Read More
Published June 24, 2016: Charleston Gazette-Mail
Secretary of State Natalie E. Tennant’s office announced the Jennings Randolph Award to the schools for the 2015-2016 academic year. The award recognizes 100 percent registration of voting-eligible students. - Read more