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​Congratulations to our VIAN sponsored TARC Team for making finals at nationals!

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All members of Youth VIA are welcome to contribute content or volunteer time accrued for The President's Volunteer Service Awards.

Recent Events

  • ​Congratulations to our VIAN sponsored TARC Team for making finals at nationals!

  • June 9th, 2018: VIAN has officially been passed down to Dylan L. 
  • February 9, 2018: Education and voter registration at Multicultural Festival in Irvine High School, 6:00pm - 10:00pm.
  • December 3, 2017: Voter registration drive at City of Irvine Winter Wonderland 3:00pm - 7:00pm
  • October 2, 2017: Northwood HS VIA Club held Voter Education meeting.  ROV to speak to the students.
  • September 27, 2017: Newport Harbor HS Voter Education Weeks - Voter Registration booth.
  • September 26, 2017: University HS Voter Education Weeks - ROV guest speaker event.
  • August 27, 2017: VIA recruitment meeting - Guest speaker: AnnaSophia Servin, Registrar of Voters Training & Special Projects Manager; David Charobee, Registrar of Voters Community Program Specialist.
  • October 15, 2016: Meet The Irvine Candidates Forum. Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm. Address: South Coast Chinese Culture Center, 9 Truman, Irvine, CA 92620. VIA will volunteer in the event. You will meet candidates for Irvine mayor, city council, and school board.
  • October 8, 2016: Mayoral Candidates Forum. Time: 10:00am - 11:30am. Address: Pacific Academy, 4947 Alton Pkwy, Irvine, CA 92604. VIA will join several local organizations to meet with three Irvine mayor candidates, Mary Ann Gaido, Don Wagner, and Gang Chen. This is a good opportunity to meet and speak with our mayoral candidates. Show that you care for Irvine's future. Influence Irvine's future with your voice.

  • Mock General Election held in Irvine High School. It was a huge success. There were 48% students cast votes out of 2000 student body.  Here are the results.
    Mock election involves a series of three events:
  1. Presentation Day September 14, 2016:  A representative from the Registrar of Voters office comes to campus and presents the information on elections, the election procedure and the MyBallot program.

  2. Office Tour/Ballot Creation Day September 16 2016:  students come in and get a full tour of the Registrar of Voters office, see the different machines that are used for each step in the election and then get a sit down class in ballot creation with the Ballot Generation Lead.

  3. Election Day September 27, 2016: Mock general election. Students vote for the president of the United States, US senate, Irvine mayor, and some propositions that are most concerned by students.


The President’s Volunteer Service Award is the premier volunteer awards program, encouraging United States citizens or lawfully admitted permanent residents of the United States through presidential recognition to live a life of service.

The Voting Involvement Association Nonprofit (VIAN) is an official certifying organization for The President’s Volunteer Service Award.  We encourage all volunteers to create an account and begin tracking their service hours.

Please contact us for a verification form, and log your hours by creating a profile on the President’s Volunteer Service Award website using the Record of Service Key: GBN-1023, to identify VIAN as your institution. Once your forms and logs are completed, VIAN will certify your hours and order your award. Read more.

Your recognition inspires others to take positive action to change the world! Learn more at


VIA is recognized by California State Senator Bob Huff !

Mission Statement

Our mission is to educate high school students, eligible voters and the rest of the community about the importance of becoming involved in government through voting so that they will be able to make educated ballots and regularly participate in elections.
Your Vote. Your Voice. Your Future.

Youth Voting Involvement Association

End of the Year Meeting

VIA is having its final meeting of the school year! Find more about it here

What Students Learned From Walk Precinct

Howard: "We had great support from some of the residents, very encouraging. It was nervous at the beginning, but we soon got over it. Overall, participating in the event with my friends was fun and I feel accomplished. "

Brenda: "Walk the Precinct was a very good opportunity to experience. We had a lot of support from community members and it felt nice to know that we were taking action to make sure everyone's voice is heard."

Read more.

Tips for Walk the Precinct:

  • State Name of Organization.
  • Know what you are talking about.
  • Don't read off a script.
  • Don't step on other people's lawns.
  • Don't be too close to the doors.
  • Don't trespass.
  • Be polite.