Whether you represent an education organization, a local nonprofit, a fraternal group, or a public policy think tank, National School Choice Week provides you with a unique and impactful opportunity to shine a spotlight on your support for opportunity in education.
To get involved, sign up to receive a free box of NSCW supplies, including our signature yellow fleece scarves. Then, use the supplies at any event, meeting, or activity of your choice. You can also use NSCW as a platform to showcase your work through local op-eds, media interviews, and social media campaigns.
If you are planning an event that is open to the public and will include more than 100 attendees, consider applying to receive additional free supplies and event promotion assistance as part of our Spotlight Program. Click here to apply and to learn more.
FAST FACT: More than 110 organizations worked together to help plan 25 celebrations at state capitol buildings during NSCW 2017, and hundreds of additional organizations held independent events in their communities!
- Sign Up for Free NSCW Supplies: Organizations can receive 25 yellow fleece scarves, signs, posters, lapel stickers and more – for free!
- Event Handbook: Download the complete guide to planning a National School Choice Week coalition-style event.
- Event Photos: Please send photos or videos from your event, meeting, or activity to firstname.lastname@example.org. We try to share as many school photos and videos on our social media accounts, and twice daily Spotlight video roundups, because National School Choice Week is first and foremost about you and the great work you do to improve the futures of America’s students.
- I Support School Choice Placard: Print this placard out for participants to fill out. Take photos of supporters holding the placard and post to social media using #schoolchoice.
- Social Media Profile Picture: Show off to your friends and family that you’re celebrating NSCW by adding our stamp to your profile picture.
- NSCW Logo: Use the NSCW logo on your organization’s website, in
newsletters, and on social media to enhance your participation.
- Post Your Event: Post your organization’s event to the NSCW events map!
- Official Dance: Watch our tutorial to learn all the moves to the official NSCW 2018 dance, set to “TBD.”