Save the Children Action Network – ISU Chapter (SCAN-ISU) is a bipartisan political action organization that engages the campus community on policy issues affecting kids – mainly early childhood education in the United States and maternal and newborn child survival internationally. SCAN-ISU provides a unique opportunity for students to raise their voices in support of kids by engaging in the political process. We seek to encourage individual voice development and participation 'across the aisle' on issues affecting children by participating in advocacy actions such as petition collections and deliveries, writing letters to the editors of local newspapers and making phone calls to our representatives in support of effective programs to benefit children. We also spread awareness about our two core issues through education and outreach events on and off campus.


This organization has no affiliations.

Constitution / Tier

File SCANISUConstitution1.docx
Tier Student Organization - Registered

Membership Information

Student Members 20
ISU Members 0
Non-ISU Members 0
Allowed Members Student at Iowa State
Allowed Officers President, Vice President, Secretary and/or Treasurer - Any vacancy, which may occur in an office, shall be filled by appointment by the President
Membership Qualifications All officers must be members of Save the Children Action Network and currently enrolled in Iowa State University
Membership Restrictions None
Elections/Selection Election of officers shall be held each semester. At least two weeks notice shall be given before the election meeting. Nominations shall be initiated from the floor and elections done by ballot. The person recieving majority vote will be elcted
Meetings Biweekly or upon contact

Description of Regular Meetings/Activities

SCAN ISU club meetings will take place at least once a month. Meetings will include policy updates on SCAN's core issues and campaigns as well as advocacy actions such a letter writing or phone calls.

Description of Special Events

Special events include meetings and/or petition deliveries to the state capital in Des Moines or the in-district offices of members of Congress. SCAN ISU club members are personally responsible for transportation to and from these off-campus events.