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Students For Liberty

Students For Liberty (SFL) is an international non-profit organization working to advance the ideas of liberty on college campuses around the world. Students For Liberty has grown rapidly across the globe in less than half a decade. Passionate volunteers supported by hard working and entrepreneurial staff have allowed SFL to constantly grow and expand while keeping the organizational structures as lean as possible.

The SFL team is passionate for liberty and shares SFL’s vision of social change and the importance of making the world a freer place. SFL team members go the extra mile in order to make sure that more students around the world can benefit from our programs and resources.

Working for SFL is similar to working at a tech startup. We pride ourselves on fast growth, hard work, quick advancement to a high degree of responsibility and autonomy, embracing entrepreneurship within the organization, and a passion for the product: liberty.


SFL can offer you:

  • The opportunity to grow
  • To increase your skills and experience
  • To work with the best
  • Ownership over your role and your work
  • A challenging and dynamic work environment
  • The chance to see your vision made reality

INTERNSHIPS



We currently do not have any internships available. Please check back soon for upcoming opportunities! 

 

THE SFL Model



SFL is not a top down, chapter based, or membership organization. Instead SFL functions as a network of pro-liberty students from a wide diversity of locations and backgrounds.

We work with a variety of student organizations across the many ideological positions within the philosophy of liberty. These include Young Americans for Liberty chapters, Students For Liberty groups, College Libertarians, free speech clubs, small “l” libertarian associations, economics clubs, Objectivist societies, Austrian Economics reading groups, Students for Individual Liberty groups, and any other group that supports an idea or cause of liberty.