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Our chapters bring the Real Talk mission to life. Chapters function both in schools and in non-school, community settings.

As a Chapter Member You Will:

Participate in 8+ meetings each year led by a trained peer facilitator

Develop your own political views

Join a network of students passionate about civil discourse

Hear from guest speakers ranging from government officials, to educators, to journalists, to academics

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Castilleja School

Palo Alto, CA

Real Talk Near You


Boston Latin School

Boston, MA

Crystal Springs Uplands School

Hillsborough, CA


Palo Alto, CA

Gunn High School

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Los Altos, CA

Los Altos High School

Mira Costa High School

Manhattan Beach, CA

Menlo School

Atherton, CA

Menlo-Atherton High School

Atherton, CA

Atherton, CA

Sacred Heart Schools Atherton


Woodside High School

Woodside, CA


San Jose, CA


The Harker School Youth Activism Club

San Jose, CA

Walton High School Social Studies Honor Society

Marietta, GA

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Bridge USA


Vote16 Palo Alto



​To Join An Existing Chapter

Please email the chapter lead and cc

20190926-STU US-Voter registration drive

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Frequently Asked Questions

How will Real Talk function next school year in light of ongoing coronavirus restrictions?

The Real Talk curriculum is very adaptable to the virtual format, and we have continued running meetings since restrictions on gathering began.

Each Real Talk lesson guide includes a slideshow that can be screen shared on video call platforms such as Google Hangouts and Zoom. We recognize that the resources available for virtual learning vary by school and organization.

Depending on your school’s situation, you might consider beginning as a community chapter and transitioning to the school setting as students return to campus.

I want to join a Real Talk chapter, but I want to learn more about the time commitment.

As an organization, we require that each chapter meets a minimum of eight times each year. However, since every school has different frameworks for clubs, the time commitment for members varies by chapter.

We recommend that you reach out to the chapter you will join for more information. You can find the email of the chapter lead above.

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