Do you have what it takes to join the team behind Europe’s student movement for liberty? ESFL invites all strong candidates to apply for our executive board by our extended deadline on March 15.

The ESFL Executive Board oversees the organization’s principal programs in Europe.  ESFL Executive Board members are responsible for growing the student movement for liberty in Europe: providing resources to students across the continent, organizing Regional Conferences, and generally supporting students in the cause of liberty.  Selection to the ESFL Executive Board is highly competitive, and participation on the Executive Board should be seen as an opportunity to make a meaningful difference, which carries significant responsibilities. The Executive Board requires a minimum commitment of 15 hours per week and involves both collaborative group efforts with leaders thousands of miles away as well as individual work to complete projects and prepare events with little supervision. Full proficiency in written and spoken English is mandatory, as all ESFL activities are conducted in English.

Find full details here! Apply today!