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Published September 07, 2010 in Operation Politically Homeless by Jeff Fulcher
I can’t believe summer is already over. It seems like just yesterday that students were escaping campus for summers of travel, internships, and burger flipping. And now Labor Day is already in the rear-view mirror.
Now is the time for libertarian students to act.
The first weeks of school are always the best time to get your campus libertarian club active. Activity fair and recruitment drives are easy ways to get group members back in the swing of things. And even more importantly, by introducing yourself to new students now your group can become a fun habit for members before other clubs and term papers suck up the last bits of free time.
The Advocates wants to help you make the most of your fall recruitment drives. That’s why for the rest for the rest of this week, we’re going to feature some OPH best practices and show you how other students groups are winning with OPH.
We’ve already given out over 100 Free OPH kits to college students this year. And more are requesting them every day.
If you’re a libertarian that needs to find other like-minded students, then request your FREE kit today. If you already have your kit, make sure to check in for the next few days to learn the best ways to use it.
OPH is the most effective outreach tool in the Liberty Movement – and it’s fun! And for the Liberty Society at George Washington University in Washington, DC it means 60 newly identified libertarians (25 of which signed up for their club).
“Standing outside on a nice day yelling at people on such a political campus is a great activity, and a wonderful way to get seen,” said club president Kevin Duncan.
Approximately 150 students stopped by the booth, most of who scored in the liberal-libertarian quadrant of the New Political Map.
Out of the 60 who scored libertarian, 25 signed up to learn more about GWU’s Liberty Society. They followed up their outreach event with weekly “Liberty Café” discussions and an inventive “Misconceived Monuments Tour.”
Stories like Kevin’s are the norm with OPH. Students all over the country are supercharging their outreach and activism efforts, and advancing Liberty in their communities.
The Advocates want to make sure these students don’t have to choose between an outreach booth and pizza for their meetings. That’s why we launched a program to give OPH kits to student groups for FREE.
Even if you’re not on campus, you can help make a difference. Please click here to donate $65 and sponsor a libertarian student group.
(Image Courtesy of the Liberty Society of George Washington University)