The Campus Coordinator Program

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Applications are now open!

Apply below to join the 2016-2017 class of Campus Coordinators.

We are now accepting late applications until Monday, May 9th.

 

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Are you looking to defend free markets, free speech and a free society on campus? Are you passionate about the ideals of liberty and freedom? If the answer is yes, then SFL’s Campus Coordinator program may be exactly what you are looking for. The Students For Liberty Campus Coordinator Program is the premier program for those who want to advance the ideas of free markets and individual liberty on college campuses. SFL Campus Coordinators (CCs) are the face of liberty on their college campuses. As on-the ground activists, CCs empower students in their areas to defend the ideas of liberty and spread the message of a free society.

SFL will provide extensive training and support to help you become a strong student leader and grassroots organizer. Our leaders spread the ideas of a free society by starting new pro-liberty student groups, organizing events to promote the ideas of liberty, resourcing student groups and identifying and mentoring other pro-liberty students.

If you are looking to advance the ideals of liberty on campus, while developing your professional skills and building your resume, then you’ll be a great fit for the CC program!

For detailed information about the Campus Coordinator Program and the application process, visit our about page.

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Eligibility:

In order to be eligible to join the Campus Coordinator Program, you must:

  • Be a university student during the 2016-2017 academic year
  • Reside in The Unites States or Canada (all other students can join our network on this page)

If you meet the eligibility criteria above, you can apply below!

 

Testimonials: 

The CC Program is the best way for students to get involved promoting liberty, but don’t take it from us! Here’s what some of our students have to say about the program:

“To me, ‘liberty’ has always been more than a word. As the granddaughter of refugees, I was raised to understand Rachel Chiuand to value the importance of self-determination. I was taught that every person deserves the opportunity to make something of themselves- to succeed and to fail, to take personal responsibility for their own choices. While many of us believe in social, intellectual, and personal freedom, very few of us take an active role in preserving it. Students For Liberty’s Campus Coordinator Program enabled me to explore these fundamental ideals in a meaningful way.” 

– Rachel Chiu, Cornell University

 

brandon kaitschuckI am forever grateful to SFL, for they have given me the opportunities to flourish as a leader, the resources to thrive as a youth activist, and the love and support necessary to create lifelong friendships.”

– Brandon Kaitschuck, Grand Valley State University

 

 

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The Students For Liberty Campus Coordinator program is something you can truly make your own. It’s a fantastic opportunity to do what you do best with the objective of growing the movement, inviting other people to be a part of something bigger than themselves, and improving yourself along the way. My involvement with this organization has been the highlight of my very long college career.”

– Rebecca Kallies, University of Alabama at Birmingham

 

nikki burgessBeing a CC has not always been easy, but the program gave me the support I needed to step out of my comfort zone and gain skills and confidence I would not previously have imagined myself possessing. Because of SFL I am a better communicator, multi-tasker, and leader.”

– Nikki Burgess, Arizona State University

 

 

 

zack yostPrior to joining the CC program I had a lot of passion for liberty, but not much knowledge of effective student activism. The CC program gave me the tools and training that allowed me to channel my passion into more effective campus activism.”

– Zack Yost, Charles Koch Institute

 

 

     SFL 2016-2017 Campus Coordinator Application

To be eligible for the CC Program, students must: 
- Be a full-time university student during the 2016-2017 academic year
- Be located in the United States or Canada

For full details of the program, visit www.studentsforliberty.org/cc. For more information or if there are any further questions, please contact SFL's North American Leadership Programs Manager Monica Lucas at [email protected]
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