Students For Liberty is currently seeking a passionate and professional individual to lead our efforts in educating, developing, and empowering student leaders at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in the United States.
- Oversight of leadership training programs, such as our Campus Coordinator Program, for participants at those universities.
- Actively recruit for SFL’s leadership programs.
- Mentoring student leaders
- Evaluate and critique conference proposals. Oversee execution of student conferences.
- Build up SFL’s brand, partnerships, and donor base at these universities.
- A portion of this role will be working with the Development team to identify and engage with donors.
A background in the following is strongly preferred, but not required:
- Student organizing and outreach experience, preferably in a leadership position of a libertarian student group
- Ability to balance many different projects while maintaining attention to detail
- Proven leadership ability which brings out the best possible performance in peers and constituents
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to work with young people, including a strong understanding of issues that appeal to millennials
- Experience with development and donor relations is preferred
- The ideal candidate has an academic background from HBCUs or has a firm understanding of HBCUs
- Firm understanding of the ideas of liberty
- Candidates from diverse backgrounds encouraged to apply
Salary for this position is competitive to other liberty movement nonprofits. Benefits include health insurance and a retirement plan.
In addition to the compensation, we are strongly dedicated to ensuring our staff have the ability to grow and reach their full potential. To this end, we invest in training and professional development opportunities.
Application Deadline: Please submit all application materials no later than May 30th, 2017.
Your application should include:
- Cover Letter
- Sample Strategic Plan for the portfolio HBCUs in the United States – What would be your strategy to empower students at these schools? Include schools you would want to work with, plans for events and conferences, and a strategy for recruiting new students, as well as a plan for ensuring a continuous leadership presence at those schools.