Are you looking for an innovative, young, BIPOC centered organization to complete your service learning hours at? Look no further! MOVE Texas partners with high schools, colleges, and universities to provide meaningful community service to help enrich students’ holistic learning experiences, foster a sense of civic responsibility, and directly support community action.

Our work is not about one election or one candidate. It’s about empowering young people to exercise their right to vote and fundamentally changing the electorate to build long term power, advance progressive policies, and build a better Texas. 

Texas wasn’t a battleground state until young people made it one. In 2018, MOVE registered 29,667 new young voters and helped 73% of them cast a ballot in the midterm election. In 2019, MOVE registered an additional 25,000 young people to vote and mobilized thousands more to turnout to vote. 2020 will be our biggest year in MOVE’s history. 

We’re seeking community-oriented individuals to join our efforts and help us reach our statewide goal of registering 50,000 voters for the November 2020 election and support our fight to secure voter rights. 

For the safety of our community all of our service learning opportunities for the foreseeable future are remote as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 crisis.

For more information about service learning opportunities contact Education Director Cecilia Montesdeoca at