Episode 1 airs on Tuesday, Sept. 8 at 8 p.m. on WCVE Richmond and WHTJ Charlottesville. Episode 2 will air at the same time on Sept. 15, and episode 3 on Sept. 22
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22ND-CENTURY SCHOLARS PROGRAM
Virtual summer internships help UVA students who lost summer jobs and internships as a result of the pandemic.
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21 Years Promoting Civics Education & Engagement

The Center for Politics’  timely political analysis and our pragmatic civics education programs have formed the core of our activities.
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SABATO'S
CRYSTAL BALL

Sabato’s Crystal Ball is a comprehensive, nonpartisan political analysis and handicapping newsletter run by the University of Virginia Center for Politics. The Crystal Ball keeps tabs on presidential elections, along with every race for the U.S. Senate, House of Representatives, and state governor.

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YOUTH
LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE

YLI, a program of the University of Virginia Center for Politics, develops FREE education resources designed to assist civics teachers, and encourage students to participate in the political process. Signup to access lesson plans, E Congress, Mock Election and Democracy Corps.

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GLOBAL
PERSPECTIVES ON DEMOCRACY

Global Perspectives on Democracy hosts leadership and civic engagement-related exchanges and public events connected to international relations in partnership with non-governmental organizations and units of the University of Virginia.

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The mission of the University of Virginia Center for Politics is to educate and inspire our citizenry about practical politics and civic engagement through programs that are unique, compelling, and open-minded. Everything we do must fulfill our goal of instilling citizens with an appreciation for the core values of American freedom, justice, equality, civility, and service.

The Center for Politics was founded in 1998 by Larry J. Sabato at the University of Virginia to overcome the notion that politics thwarts the proper function of government. We think politics makes public policy more vibrant and makes bureaucracies more responsive. Since our inception we have established annual conferences, publications, programs, and curricula to advance democracy around the world and to equip people to better understand politics and government.