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The Atlas Advocates

The Atlas Advocates student program consists of student leaders from across the country who go above and beyond both in and out of the classroom. These students promote The Atlas Society on their campuses in a variety of ways, but the primary requirement is to curate a presentation, featuring our videos, to their liberty chapter members.

Who can be an Atlas Advocate?

Motivated college students who demonstrate leadership and an interest in Ayn Rand’s philosophy; who is also a member of a campus liberty organization such as TPUSA, YAL, or SFL

What is inside of the presentation?

It starts with an icebreaker, leads into an introduction to both The Atlas Society and Ayn Rand, followed by a pre-selected group of animated videos - this will change every quarter. Each video will have accompanying discussion questions and surveys. And of course, the last slide is a selfie prompt! Which we will use to promote the program on our social media.

What’s in it for you?

  • Every quarter (5 quarters total with a virtual summer session option) that the Advocate participates will result in a $100 scholarship check after completing the requirements.
  • A resume builder
  • A glowing letter of recommendation
  • The chance to volunteer for The Atlas Society at various conferences
  • An invitation to our annual gala for free
  • The opportunity to meet and work with like-minded individuals from across the country!

Questions?

Contact
Student Programs Coordinator
Ana Kugler

ana@atlassociety.org

We promote open Objectivism: the philosophy of reason, achievement, individualism, and freedom.