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Magnify Your Voice –  Lead a Movement – Impact Culture

Lead your generation of Christian, conservative women to protect and promote Biblical values and conservative principles on your campus and in your community. Concerned Women for America’s Young Women for America initiative focuses on prayer, education, and action through the leadership of our Campus Chapter Leaders and Campus Representatives.

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Opportunities for both the Chapter Leader and Campus Representative

  • Write op-eds for publishing on the CWA blog and other news outlets.
  • Attend CWA state events and lobby at the state capitol.
  • Come to Washington, D.C., for training events.
  • Attend YWA’s trip to Israel.
  • Priority for CWA’s Ronald Reagan Memorial Internship.

Campus Chapter Leader

  • Host meetings to inform and educate other students on campus.
  • Establish an executive board (i.e., Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, Social Media Director.)
  • Host forums and/or debates.
  • Invite guest speakers to campus.
  • Recruit members by promoting and tabling on campus.
  • Look for opportunities to promote Biblical principles and CWA’s values and policy preferences on campus.
  • Share or re-post information, graphics, articles, and campaigns on social media.
  • Volunteer in the local community and partner with other like-minded organizations.

Campus Representatives

  • Choose from one of two tracks: #1. Writing track: Write a minimum of one article per semester that is in response to a current event, an article that is issue-based, or a devotional. #2. Social media track: Create a minimum of two social media graphics per semester based upon current events, quotes, or scripture.
  • Look for opportunities to promote Biblical principles and CWA’s core issues and policy preferences on campus.
  • Represent YWA while partnering with other organizations, and find opportunities for CWA to be involved (i.e., speakers, forums, debates, etc.).
  • Volunteer in the local community and partner with other like-minded organizations.
  • Share or re-post information, graphics, articles, and campaigns on social media from YWA and CWA national social media.

YWA leaders are empowered to:

  • Learn more about social issues and public policy.
  • Communicate stances effectively to classmates, professors, and elected officials.
  • Unite their campus through shared beliefs.
  • Rally support for conservative causes through events, fundraisers, and meetings.
  • Lobby Congress.
  • Meet more like-minded women on their campus.
  • Gain useful work experience for a future career in public policy.
  • Expand their résumé and network with professionals from the public and private sector.

Click here to get more information or request an application!

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