As the school year winds down, you might know where you are going to college in the fall, but do you know how you’re going to promote conservatism on campus during this crucial time in American history?
There is no better way to do so than getting involved with Young America’s Foundation programs and Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) chapters on your college campus!
Check out snapshots from this year’s the Club 100 Reagan Ranch Retreat where students not only able to experience firsthand the freedom of the mountains above Santa Barbara that President Reagan loved, but also hang out with top leaders in the Conservative Movement.
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YAF’s top activists = squad goals 🔥🔥🔥
Conservative leader and free market expert Steve Forbes provided students with facts and arguments to use on their campuses the next time they’re called “heartless” or otherwise attacked for believing in the power of free markets.
— Jess Jensen (@JessJensen1) April 23, 2016
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker enjoyed a perfect mountaintop afternoon at President Reagan’s Rancho del Cielo with Club 100 students.
— YAF (@yaf) April 23, 2016
— Diego (@BcpDiego) April 24, 2016
67th Governor of Virginia George Allen recognized Club 100 students for their “impressive creativity standing strong for Freedom against the ‘thought police.'”
— Kyle Ferrebee (@AmericanMee) April 25, 2016
Thanks to all of our student activists who fought for, protected, and defended freedom on their campuses this past year! YAF activists = the best activists.
You can host speakers, attend conferences, and participate in activism initiatives to start earning points toward Club 100 status. Don’t wait, the summer is the perfect time to join Club 100 and get involved with YAF! Email Lauren McCue or call YAF at 800.USA.1776 for more information!