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Local Coordinator Program

The Students For Liberty Local Coordinator Program is the premier program for actively advancing the ideas of free markets and individual liberty on college campuses.

 

SFL Local Coordinators (LCs), both undergraduate and graduate students, are the face of liberty on their college campuses. They are the muscle of the movement, empowering students in their areas to defend the ideas of liberty.

Strong student leaders needed to spread the ideas of a free society

 

This grassroots program seeks out strong student leaders to spread the ideas of a free society by starting new pro-liberty student groups, organizing events to promote the ideas of liberty, providing resources to student groups, and identifying and mentoring other pro-liberty students. The LC Program is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. The LC Program has gone on to inspire similar programs around the globe, in places like Latin America, Europe, Africa, and South Asia. Students in the CC Program have the unique opportunity to advance liberty and develop their skills with like-minded individuals from around the world as we work together to achieve a free future for everyone.

Complete the online application

SFL will contact you if you are selected

Those who are accepted to the LC training program will be required to complete our online training program.

Ideal Candidates Will Have the Following Qualities

The Local Coordinator Program is highly competitive, and designed for the top student leaders in Asia Pacific. All members of SFL’s Local Coordinator Program must be current university students (undergraduate or graduate) in Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Macau, Mongolia, Taiwan, Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, New Caledonia or French Polynesia..
Applicants interested in becoming a Local Coordinators should be able to dedicate 5-10 hours per week to the program for one academic year. Successful applicants will be professional, personable and excellent communicators.


At least 1 year of leadership experience in a pro-liberty student group;
Ability to manage muiltiple projects at once;
Looking to develop their own skillsets;
Strong self-motivation to complete projects with little to no oversight;
A passion for the ideas of liberty and for organizing to make the world a freer place; and
Enjoy staying up until 2am talking to other students about how to advance liberty