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Living under the shadow of the state? If you’re ready to fight back and restore the light of liberty in your community, Students For Liberty wants to help, no matter where you live. That’s why SFL created the Charter Teams Program in 2012, to serve pro-liberty students in areas without a regional executive board. Thanks to SFL’s recent success in creating new regional executive boards across the globe, we now have permanent representatives in the Spanish-speaking Americas, Brazil, Europe, Africa, South Asia, and Australia/New Zealand. But our work is far from over!


The Charter Teams Program is a bit smaller this year but, with varying degrees of contact in each region, it is no less vital to SFL’s future success and continued growth. That’s why SFL is placing a renewed focus on the Charter Teams Program this year, with hopes of expanding our network in Southeast Asia and other underserved areas. Today, we’re excited to announce that applications are now open for anyone interested in being a part of this critical effort!  (more…)


Do you have what it takes to entertain a crowd of 2,000+ libertarians? SFL is looking for two talented students to MC and DJ the 2016 International Students For Liberty Conference. Apply below if you think you’re up to snuff.

Have another idea for ISFLC16? SFL wants to hear it!

MC Application — As MC of ISFLC16, your comedic styling will open and close the conference to a packed ballroom. You’ll be responsible for keeping conference goers in good spirits and delivering important updates about the program. As an added benefit, you’ll have the chance to personally meet and introduce SFL staff as well as celebrity speakers. If you’re ready to shine, simply record a 2-5 minute video on YouTube or Vimeo telling your best libertarian comedy jokes. Apply now!

DJ Application — For the first time in ISFLC history, SFL is looking for a DJ to spin some tunes during transitions on the mainstage and events at the exhibitor hall. As the official DJ of ISFLC16, we’ll make sure that you get plenty of name recognition, with mainstage acknowledgements and mentions in the program. Plus, we’ll introduce you to our partner organizations in case they’re looking for a DJ for their evening socials. If you’ve got the chops, send us a link to your best mixtape, mashup, or playlist. Apply now!

Open Proposals  Do you have a big idea for ISFLC16 that you want to put in action? Send it to SFL through our Open Proposals project. Some of our best ISFLC programing has come from students’ ideas, such as the art show and Liberty Fund Conferences. If you’re interested, prepare a one to two page proposal with a budget and send it our way. Apply now!

Got any questions? Contact me at cgiven@studentsforliberty.org


Campus Coordinator Rory McPeak at Loyola University, Chicago.

Yesterday was Constitution Day, and dozens of student groups across the U.S. started conversations about the Constitution on their campus through activism and outreach events. Whether engaging with issues like free speech restrictions though free speech walls and balls, or getting people thinking with Constitution trivia, SFL-ers made sure the voice of liberty was well-heard this Constitution Day. Some even hosted events throughout the week to highlight different aspects of the Constitution and Bill of Rights – and some questioned what we as pro-liberty people were celebrating in the first place. (more…)

Liberty101Liberty 101 is an upcoming online course produced together by Students For Liberty and Learn Liberty in which you will learn about the principles of a free society from a libertarian perspective. While the full course won’t be available until October, SFL is excited to release a preview pamphlet outlining the course. This pamphlet introduces the concepts that Liberty 101 will cover in greater depth through video lectures by professors, supplementary readings, and assignments designed to familiarize you with the principles of libertarianism and why liberty is essential for human flourishing.

Liberty 101 is broken up into the following three sections:

  • Philosophy & Liberty covers the concept of liberty, individualism, toleration, and peace.
  • Economics & Liberty covers the market process, skepticism of power, and civil society.
  • Law & Liberty covers spontaneous order, rule of law, and limited government.

To learn about these topics please download the pamphlet now. We will update you when the full course is released.

                                                Download Now

Want to read more of these kind of pamphlets? Check out our literature page.


Every year, Students For Liberty makes a point to incorporate new elements to the ISFLC to keep the conference fresh and exciting. At ISFLC16, we’re revolutionizing our Saturday evening program by introducing an Awards Dinner to highlight the work of our best student leaders to supporters. SFL staff will present the Event, Student Group, and Student of the Year Awards to the best libertarian leaders in our network. Plus, the dinner will featured noted satirist P.J. O’Rourke as its keynote. So, come raise a toast to the future generation of liberty with SFL.

  • What: ISFLC Awards Dinner
  • When: Saturday, February 27th, 7:30 – 9:30 PM
  • Where: Washington Marriott Wardman Park