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Young Americans for Liberty National Convention

Start Wednesday, July 30, 2014 9:00 AM

End Sunday, August 03, 2014 12:00 PM

The 6th Annual YAL National Convention brings together the best and brightest young people in the youth movement for liberty to network, share ideas, and learn how to become better leaders. Here is your opportunity to improve your skills, build your resume, and make a name for yourself in the movement. 

FEE president Lawrence Reed will speak on presidential history at 3:30 pm on Saturday, August 2. Other speakers at the convention include Ron Paul and Rand Paul.

Many past attendees became stronger campuses leaders and have gone on to work full-time for campaigns, think-tanks, and pro-liberty organizations. So, if you want to make a name for yourself or one day work full-time for freedom, then this is the must-attend event of the year. 

Apply here. 

Here's all you need to know: 

When: Wednesday, July 30 to Sunday August 3, 2014. Please plan to arrive before Wednesday at 3 p.m. for hotel check-in and leave Sunday morning. 

Where: The National Convention will take place at George Mason University's Arlington Law Campus. 

Cost: Just $30 for the entire convention. This includes training, materials, and lodging. You will be provided a hotel room or dorm with attendees of the same age and gender. 

Who: Only 300 of YAL's top activists will be accepted to attend this unique event. 

What: An exclusive gathering with the top leaders of our movement to improve our skills and become better activists — not to mention hear from exciting keynote speakers! 

Apply here.

Location

George Mason University - Law Campus
3301 N Fairfax Dr
Arlington, VA 22201

Event Contact

Lauren Evans, Director of Events
(904)400-4588
lauren.evans@yaliberty.org

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