Promote your conservative or libertarian values by inviting top speakers from around the country to your college or university. Bringing a speaker to campus enables you to meet top leaders within the movement, change policies, expose liberal bias, energize, educate and expand your student group. Apply today for your Leadership Institute speaker grant!
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Your LI Regional Field Coordinator will reach out and connect with you.
Speaker kits are available to help you plan major events and are a great way to recruit new members for your student organization. Our Speaker kits provide a unique way for your group to start a discussion about a conservative or libertarian issue on campus. All kits are provided free of charge and can be used to grow your organization or challenge liberal bias. Topics include but are not limited to: freedom of speech, pro-life advocacy, and gun rights.Click Here to apply for an Speaker Kit
Too often student governments control funding for student groups, campus speakers, and influence administrative policies. Learn how to effectively run a campus campaign and win with the Leaderships Institute's Campus Election Workshop.
This training will equip you with innovative campaign strategies to win over your campus, recruit candidates, build an organization, develop campaigning strategies, and target voters.
The Campus Election Workshop teaches you how to run for — and win — student government elections.
If you are interested in bringing this program to your campus, please fill out the request form.
Learn how to start your own independent campus publication from the ground up.
Online or in-person on your campus, this intensive three-hour training will give you the tools to start a conservative campus publication.
You will learn how to:
After you've completed a successful Student Publications Workshop and have a draft or published content for your new conservative publication, you'll be eligible for a Walter Kandel Balance in Media Grant of up to $750.
Conservatism 101 is a project of the Leadership Institute (LI) designed to bring in-depth exploration of conservative philosophy to campuses across the country. The customized curriculum meets both the requirements of colleges and the demands of students who desire to learn conservatism.
In this course, you will explore four areas of the conservative movement - traditional conservatism, libertarianism, social conservatism, and neo-conservatism. If you are interested in bringing a Conservatism 101 course to your school, contact Bryan Bernys.
In addition to LI's on campus course, you can also enjoy a four-week online course that features six video lectures, quizzes, and discussion questions to help you consider what it means to be a conservative.
No upcoming student activism trainings at this time.
Lawrence B. Jones III is Campus Reform's editor-in-chief. Prior to joining Campus Reform, he hosted his own radio show on The Blaze Radio Network, served as a Contributing Host for The Blaze TV, and appears regularly on Fox News, Fox Business, CNN, and MSNBC.
Cabot Phillips is an award-winning journalist, Fox News contributor and media director for CampusReform.org.