Summer Outlets for the Conservative Student

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Friday, June 19, 2020


The American Conservation Coalition 

 

Promoting fiscally responsible policies while prioritizing environmental concerns has always been the goal for the ACC. This is separate from ACC Campus, their collegiate branch, but it is still a great outlet to help educate yourself in environmental policy. It can help connect you with other people who hope to change the conversation around climate concerns. 

This group has a deep foundation of university advocacy. They work to balance the most tumultuous of ideological genres in a manner that invests in common sense legislative action. In light of financial uproar, membership is now completely free, and members have access to exclusive and informational content about caring for our Earth. 

 

Americans for Prosperity 

 

This national group keeps fiscal prudence at the heart of their messaging. They back a number of initiatives, from enhanced veteran care to bailout rejection. AFP has over three million members. They utilize grassroots outreach and work with experts to promulgate conversations about problem-solving in public policy.

Gaining project ideas from everyday citizens helps them construct a platform entirely based on self-organized efforts. AFP utilizes the qualities currently held by its organizers. They offer volunteer opportunities for students to directly reach their communities and elected officials.

 

The Leadership Institute

 

Are you seeking training in organizing for the future of the conservative front? Then look no further than The Leadership Institute. This organization seeks to prepare tomorrow’s leaders with knowledge, and a toolbox for every facet of advocacy. This includes activism, campaigning, career preparedness, communications, fundraising and so much more. You can sign up for weekly webinars and even be connected to conservative job openings under the “Careers” tab on their website.

 

Students for Life

 

As the pro-life generation, more young people than ever before are utilizing their voices on behalf of the unborn. If you identify with dismantling the systemic evils that abortion contributes to, this may be the organization for you. Their “Be a History Maker” virtual summit offers free access to organizing strategies through a series of empowering seminars from over thirty-five leaders and experts. From fellowships to training portals for pro-lifers of all ages, Students for Life directly amplifies the voices of the unborn through young people across the nation.

 

Lone Conservative

 

I may be a little biased. This publication kick-started my experience networking with a national platform of young conservatives. LoCo allows writers to use their voice and not be silenced. They allow an exchange of ideas to take place rather than to be isolated. From trips to Israel to many fond memories at CPAC, these folks know how to legitimize the conservative platform and they enjoy what they do. If you are considering going into journalism, please put in an application to become a contributor. You will not regret the experiences, the opportunities, and the joy that this family brings.

 

Taylor Walker is a sophomore at Florida State University studying Political Science and Communications. From working on SGA executive projects to managing student campaigns, Taylor is known for promoting success on campus. When not found stressing out in a library study room, she can be found watching conspiracy theory documentaries, petting every dog she sees on the campus green, and rolling her eyes at state congressmen in committee meetings.

The views expressed in this article are the opinion of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Lone Conservative staff.


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Taylor Walker is a sophomore at Florida State University studying Political Science and Communications. From working on SGA executive projects to managing student campaigns, Taylor is known for promoting success on campus. When not found stressing out in a library study room, she can be found watching conspiracy theory documentaries, petting every dog she sees on the campus green, and rolling her eyes at state congressmen in committee meetings.

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