Corporate Civic Responsibility

Become a Leader

As the largest nonprofit and nonpartisan organization in the U.S. building political power for young people, Rock the Vote is committed to meeting young people where they are and getting them engaged in the political process.

Our Corporate Civic Responsibility program is a nonpartisan initiative focused on encouraging – and acknowledging – companies to be leaders in creating a culture of civic engagement that speaks to young people, whether they are employees or consumers.

Through this program, Rock the Vote collaborates with companies, brands, and digital platforms that Millennials know, utilize and rely on to ensure our generation’s voice is elevated, informed, and engaged. Together, we can ensure that our voices are heard and that on Election Day, we shape our country’s history.


The Corporate Civic Responsibility program is co-chaired by two of our country’s leading election officials, from both sides of the aisle:

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla
California Secretary of State
Alex Padilla (D)

Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman
Washington Secretary of State
Kim Wyman (R)


Our Corporate Civic Responsibility partners represent a variety of industries, from retailers to production studios; from tech companies to research firms. The diversity of our corporate partners reflects the opportunity to engage young people wherever they are: online, in-stores, at work, and through social media.

As a partner in Rock the Vote’s Corporate Civic Responsibility program, your company is asked to help empower and encourage young people to participate in our democracy by collaborating with us to educate, inform and support them throughout the political process. As a partner, your company will have its own unique contribution and Rock the Vote will provide the necessary tools and resources for it to make a significant impact.

Contact Us to Learn More

To join and be a leader, please contact Jen Tolentino at

Current Partners

We are thrilled to give shout outs to the corporate leaders in civic engagement:

  • amalgamated bank
  • ae
  • bad robot
  • bebe
  • brigade
  • caa
  • door dash
  • doritos
  • funny or die
  • Google Maps
  • HBO
  • icitizen
  • iheartmedia
  • Kenneth Cole
  • microsoft
  • moovit
  • nielsen
  • theSkimm
  • tinder
  • toms
  • twitter
  • usa today network
  • vevo
  • virgin america
  • wework