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Friday, November 10, 2017

FEE’s Campus Ambassador Program Is Changing the World

FEE's Campus Ambassador Program has members all over the world. Here are three outstanding examples.

FEE launched our Campus Ambassador Program in January 2017. Today, we have 108 Campus Ambassadors in 11 countries representing FEE in their communities. FEE Campus Ambassadors earn points for distributing FEE materials and hosting events to empower and educate their classmates. These points earn them recognition in the FEE Community, FEE Swag, and the chance to earn a guaranteed full ride to FEEcon 2018. FEE Campus Ambassadors are very active in their communities: last month, we averaged one event every 1.3 days. I’d like to share some of their successes with you today.

Old Dominion University Campus Ambassador Savannah Lindquist serves on the North American Executive Board for Students For Liberty, is the President of Old Dominion’s EmPOWERed 2A chapter, and is a FEE Alumna. She has distributed more than 700 FEE Books this semester and has hosted five FEE events since September.

Valencia College Campus Ambassador Lena Wang (center) serves as a Students for Liberty Campus Coordinator and is a FEE Alumna. She has worked outside the activism limits imposed by her school by utilizing social media and referrals to FEE Courses to educate her peers about FEE’s work. She is pictured here with University of Mississippi Campus Ambassador Dylan Ray and University of South Alabama Campus Ambassador Carleigh Lloyd.

Missouri University of Science and Technology Campus Ambassador Noah Mickel is an active member of Young Americans for Liberty, the Chapter President of his school’s Turning Point USA Chapter, and a Campus Coordinator for Students for Liberty. He incorporates FEE into his activism for all three organizations and has delivered multiple lectures for his student body on FEE’s behalf.

These three bright young stars and their peers in the Campus Ambassador Program are taking the liberty-activism world by storm. If you would like to join them in the Spring Semester, register here by January first. If you’d like to follow our adventures on social media, follow @feeonline on Instagram, check out our Facebook album, or search the hashtag #FEEonCampus on all social media.

  • Tricia Beck-Peter is a graduate of Flagler College, with a B.A. in Economics and a minor in International Studies. She served FEE as an Outreach Associate, and dealt primarily with alumni relations and the Campus Ambassador program. When Ms. Beck-Peter was not in the office you could find her swing dancing, enjoying fine gins, or binge-watching The Gilmore Girls on Netflix.