About The YACU

The Young Americans Coalition for Unity (YACU) is empowering young people across America to engage in politics and make a difference. As the US's only youth-led non-partisan & bipartisan organization focused on youth political engagement, the YACU seeks to give everyone -- no matter their party, ideology, or background -- a chance to make change. We're hosting special events, creating a nationwide network of local chapters, and fostering bipartisan discussions daily.

At the YACU, you can volunteer, lead, make new friends, and pursue opportunities only our coalition can provide. Whatever you believe, wherever you are, and why ever you're here: the YACU welcomes you.

Our Mission

The Young Americans Coalition for Unity is a nonprofit organization dedicated to engaging youth in politics and promoting unity and bipartisanship. We work to empower both high school and college students to engage in bipartisan discussion and become politically involved in their local community and national politics.

Our Board

The Board of the YACU is comprised of leaders of major teams at the YACU. Board members are either founders of the organization or carefully selected and elected to their position by the other board members to fulfill a vacancy. The Board works to lead each of their respective teams, as well as drive the organization as a whole, making decisions that affect the social structure.

Interested in what we do?

Young Americans Coalition for Unity, Inc.

We are a non-profit organization dedicated to engaging youth in politics and promoting bipartisanship and unity.

General: info@yacu.org

Twitter: @theYACU

Address: Young Americans Coalition for Unity, Inc.
1060 Broadway #1065
Albany NY 12204

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Andrew (Political Director)

Andrew Juan is a political activist, organizer and policy researcher, dedicated to making the voices of young Americans heard in our modern political process. A high school senior based on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Andrew has worked with a variety of political organizations. He served as the National Youth Director for a presidential campaign, creating the campaign's official youth organizing group. In addition, he has been on the Board of Directors of several environmental and local nonprofits.