The SFL Campus Coordinator Program seeks to build the student movement for liberty in North America by identifying, training, and supporting the strongest student leaders of liberty on college campuses.

All students selected for entry to the Campus Coordinator summer training program undergo in-depth online training with readings and seminars on the philosophy of liberty and campus organizing techniques. This training will educate incoming Campus Coordinators on the best practices SFL has developed over the years to effectively create a student movement for liberty. With our great training, you will learn how to take your activism to the next level, and make a difference on your college campus!

Those who complete online training will be invited to attend an in-person retreat where they will be welcomed into the SFL family. The retreat brings together incoming and returning Campus Coordinators, Executive Board members, and staff for a three day intensive retreat featuring in-person training and bonding.

When the school year starts, CCs will begin working with student groups at their own schools and at nearby campuses, run events that educate others on the meaning of liberty, and seek to identify other pro-liberty students in their areas. Campus Coordinators will work closely with other leaders to build the student movement for liberty by creating long-lasting, meaningful mechanisms to support pro-liberty students. Being a campus coordinator allows for you to make a serious impact on your campus promoting liberty, all while acquiring and developing important professional skills.