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. Successful applicants will:
Beyond imparting knowledge about classical liberalism, libertarianism, and the concept of freedom, our goal is to cultivate leaders who not only understand but also deeply cherish the freedom of others.
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SFL Alumni include non-profit organizations founders, think-tank CEOs, free speech champions, entrepreneurs with businesses focused on spreading liberty, public elected officials, and many more!
SFL leaders have a unique opportunity to advance liberty and develop their professional skills while working on building a freer future for all.
I enjoy volunteering at Students For Liberty because it organically brings together people of different backgrounds, ages, and life experiences to bond over the shared love of liberty. How different (and better) society would be if people united more frequently around things they enjoy rather than dislike.
Young people can change the world and Students For Liberty is the organization that produces these leaders of tomorrow.
Dr. Wolf von Laer
Chief Executive Officer
From my experience, being part of Students For Liberty programs represents more than an opportunity for academic and professional growth; it also involves human development which drives our freedom and is the constant for actual progress.
Free speech is not just about being " able to say unpopular or unpleasant things. It is necessary for people to feel like they have a right to exist in the universe; to be able to express their existence as they see fit. It is a sacred right because it's necessary for creativity to truly shine.
Joining SFL 2 years ago, I could never imagine what a change and impact it could bring to my life. Apart from the obvious perk of being surrounded by intelligent, purposeful and talented people this year SFL got additional meaning for ma With the breakout of war in Ukraine and the global support in gains from the community, I have no doubt: students and non-students in this community ARE truly for liberty.
No amount of thought relates to the impact of the action. We can't just talk about businesses from a philosophical sense. We need to actually get our boots on the ground and build businesses that actually help people.
To me, SFL is a place to expand my boundaries, go beyond my comfort zone, and work with a team of like-minded people from all across the world. SFL inspired me to learn about our local politics, something I've never regretted since. Being at SFL has taught me a lot and continues to do so every day, and given me lifelong friends in the process!
Becoming a local coordinator with SFL has improved my leadership skills and dedication towards creating a better society, with respect to human rights, understanding of ideas of free markets, and prosperity. SFL is an opportunity which has opened up my mind to the world and gives me an idea of how to build a better and freer Africa
$0. The Local Coordinators Program is entirely free for the coordinators.
Not as a Local Coordinator. But you can support our students by helping them with events and other activities. To learn more, contact contact Mayowa Okediran [email protected]
All SFL’s Local Coordinator Program members must be current university students (undergraduate or graduate) in the United States or Canada. Applicants interested in becoming 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.
You will see the "Sucess" message on the formulary. After a few days, you will receive an e-mail discussing the next steps of the application process.
Local Coordinators should be able to dedicate 5-10 hours per week to the program for one academic year.
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