Students For Liberty is the largest international pro-liberty student organization in the world. Our mission is to educate, develop, and empower the next generation of leaders of liberty. In the last FY20, we trained 3,897 student volunteers globally.
What is the Local Coordinator Program?
Our Local Coordinator Program is the premier program for actively advancing the ideas of liberty in your community. SFL Local Coordinators (LCs), both undergraduate and graduate students, are the face of liberty on their college campuses.
What are the Benefits?
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. They bring together students who share our vision of a freer future and provide them with the support needed to turn their ideas into reality.
- SFL will run an online summer training on the SFL Academy. to give you a basic understanding of economic, political & libertarian principles.
- Most engaged leaders will be invited to SFL Leadership Retreats/Fora.
- Opportunity to be connected and associated with an international movement, consisting of a network of over 3000 students and 100s of partner organizations spread across the globe.
- During one year of your tenure, you’ll be provided with resources and funds to organize events in your college and community.
- Trained leaders will gain access to writing opportunities, leadership programs, internships, fellowships and conferences with our international network of partners.
- Certificates for all selected candidates subject to the successful completion of the local coordinator training.
How to Apply?
Interested applicants can apply for the program through this link.
June 30, 2021
- Email : email@example.com
- Phone: 9711509573
Click here to view the official notification for the South Asia Students For Liberty’s Local Coordinator Program.
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