Apply to become a Gen Lib Campus Coordinator

Generation Liberty’s Campus Coordinator program serves two main purposes. Firstly, to use IPA research to equip and empower young student leaders to defend and promote freedom in Australia and secondly to work with these students to inspire their fellow students to join the movement. Campus Coordinators are given the opportunity to network and develop communication, media, and event-planning skills. Studying at universities across Australia, these student leaders recruit new members to Generation Liberty, host events with speakers and represent the IPA on campus.

The role of a Campus Coordinator involves:

Signing up students

  • at O Week
  • at events
  • in everyday life

Running events to build community

  • events with a speaker
  • social events
  • mediated debates

Representing the IPA from time to time

  • speaking at IPA functions and sharing IPA research
  • writing or featuring in IPA publications
  • Attend IPA member events in your city

Attending IPA Academy – annual all-expenses paid trip to the IPA Offices

  • develop media and written skills
  • deepen your understanding of history, philosophy and public policy
  • network with other freedom loving students