Applications Open For African Students For Liberty’s Local Coordinator Programme

Applications Open For African Students For Liberty’s Local Coordinator Programme

African Students For Liberty invite you to join African Students For Liberty’s Local Coordinator program. The Local Coordinators Program is the premier program for actively advancing the ideas of free markets and individual liberty on campuses in Africa. ASFL Local Coordinators (LCs) are the face of liberty in their campuses. They are the muscle of the movement, empowering students in their areas to defend the ideas of liberty. This program seeks to identify strong student leaders to spread the ideas of individual liberty, self-reliance and economic freedom by starting new student groups, organizing events to promote these ideas, resourcing student groups and identifying and mentoring other vibrant students.

We seek to change the world by expanding the number of people who support the cause of liberty, developing more leaders to be effective advocates of liberty, and empowering them to act to bring about a freer future, a world with economic, social and intellectual freedom for all people.

You will be put through a rigorous training on a range of topics, including leadership, communication, social change, new and old media, student organizing, activism, event planning and more.

Application ends on the 6th of April. Please apply as soon as possible.

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