The campus organizing leadership program is a New York statewide youth engagement program that prioritizes developing advocacy and leadership skills across diverse college groups. The campus organizing leadership program aims to ensure a home for civil rights advocacy on public and private college campuses across New York. Campus organizers work on a range of social justice issues including, racial justice, LGBTQ rights, immigrants rights, freedom of speech and religion – and more! Being a NYCLU campus organizing leader is a great opportunity for young people interested in law, social justice issues, and community organizing.
Participants may be eligible for a stipend or community service hours.