Every year, Phyllis Schlafly Eagles hosts a Collegians Summit in Washington, D.C. This conference provides in-depth training, behind-the-scenes access, and stellar networking opportunities to help students face the overwhelming wave of radical leftwing propaganda on their campuses. They are vastly outnumbered by hardline leftists in college faculty, and these students must be armed and encouraged! The liberals treat universities like the property of the political Left, and it's up to us to train teach our young people in how to defend themselves.
Every year we see an amazing group of students from schools all over the country. Here are some encouragement we received from past students in attendance:
From a student at the U of Florida: "This experience was one I will never forget."
From the U of Central OK: "I gained valuable insight and knowledge into the conservative movement." * From the U of Texas: "I walked away energized and armed to take on the liberal left and to get involved! Thank you for such a wonderful opportunity." * From DePaul U: "Loved the event!" * from Hamline Law School: "Very excellent and I will strongly recommend it to others!" * From U of Central Florida: "I can't wait to go next year." * From U of Alabama: "It gave useful talking points on how to combat liberal arguments.
From Southern Methodist U: "I loved the interaction with other conservative students." * From Georgetown U: "I particularly enjoyed hearing the student panels about how conservatives can become active on college campuses." * From U of Colorado: "I enjoyed Members of Congress coming down from the Hill and spending time with the students. * From Fordham College: "I brought back many ideas to my college." * From Thomas Aquinas College: "Good speakers, great topics."
If you are a college student and would like to attend this free three-day conference on July 10, 11, and 12, just go to our website at www.PhyllisSchlafly.com and sign up today! Phyllis Schlafly set a model to ensure the best training and experience we can pack into just a few short days, and 2018 promises not to disappoint.