There is still time to register for a wonderful free conference in Washington, D.C. specifically designed for college students! This will be the 25th Annual Phyllis Schlafly Collegians Summit, and it will provide three days of outstanding speeches and training from conservative Members of Congress and national newsmakers, as well as tours of landmarks and government buildings in our nation’s capital.
The purpose is to equip college students to resist the propaganda taught by radical professors. This conference will help students to strengthen their conservative voices in this important election year. This Collegians Summit will take place on July 10, 11, and 12 at the Heritage Foundation and other locations in Washington, D.C. Best of all, it’s free to students who register in advance, that is, until space runs out!
Last year, our students received intensive training by Morton Blackwell’s Leadership Institute on how to build their personal branding as well as marketing and communications skills. That training was followed up by a private tour of the Capitol Building. Wednesday we heard from several prominent speakers and members of Congress and ended our day with a private reception in one of the House office buildings, mingling with many more lawmakers.
Students at our Collegians event will get a rare opportunity to network with other conservatives from other colleges all across the country. Again, the dates are July 10-11-12 in Washington, D.C. The entire conference is free for college students, however you need to register in advance on our website: www.PhyllisSchlafly.com while there is still time!
If you are a parent or grandparent listening to this program, I hope you will notify a college student in your family who would benefit by attending this conference. We must prepare the young people in our families for what they will face in the classroom, so they can reject the false propaganda of multiculturalism, diversity, and feminism that is so prevalent on college campuses. Remember: Phyllis Schlafly Collegians summit is free to college students, but they must register soon on the web at www.PhyllisSchlafly.com.