Don’t miss your chance to attend Young America’s Foundation’s Regional Freedom conference in Nashville, Tennessee this February 7-8!
Meet like-minded peers from across the country and hear from your conservative heroes in the heart of the home of country music!
Come meet (left to right) Karl Stahlfeld, Heidi Thom, Kara Zupkus, Taylor Hathorn, Jolie Ballantyne, Kevin McMahon, and guitarist Kyle Ferrebee!
Learn about conservative ideas you simply won’t hear in your liberal classrooms– upgrade to YAF today!
This conference is open to college students and select high schoolers.
The Tuition: The $45 conference fee includes Friday night lodging at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, conference tuition, conference materials, dinner on Friday, and breakfast and lunch on Saturday.
Travel Assistance: Full travel assistance is available for the Freedom Conference in Nashville, Tennessee!
Take the ultimate road trip to hear from leaders in the conservative movement! YAF busses are making stops in these locations:
After you’ve been accepted to the conference you can sign up to get a ride to the conference - on YAF!
The Details: Please read the frequently asked questions on this page and/or download the PDF here.
**NEW login this year: to register for this conference, you must sign up after selecting apply below and create a student portal login. From this event page, you will be taken to the “Student Portal Login” webpage. Click create an account here, and fill in your first and last name, along with a username and password. Remember this login, as it will be used when you register for future YAF conferences, making the application process easier and smoother by remembering past application information.
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center
2800 Opryland Dr
Nashville, TN 37214
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