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Here's how OFA is helping students turn their passion into action.

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  • OFA campus organizers are building the future of organizing

    The latest Campus Organizing Summit in Miami just wrapped up. Check out the highlights from an incredible weekend of training, learning, and organizing!

    OFA is committed to training the next generation of organizers and community leaders. Students, in particular, play a crucial role in pushing for progressive change and moving our country forward.OFA recently hosted its second campus organizing summit to do just that. An incredible group of 27 campus leaders from 19 different campuses across 11 states joined together in Miami, FL, to learn from each other and improve their organizing skills.

  • Organizer Spotlight: Alejandro

    Organizer Spotlight: Alejandro

    No sleeping in for this college senior. He's too busy organizing for change.

    Not all college experiences are created equal. I honestly thought I was pretty involved as an undergrad, having been a member of the debate team and a volunteer at a local hospital. But when I look back at my own experience and compare it to some of the things OFA campus organizers are doing around the country, I'm blown away.

    Meet Alejandro, for example ...

  • Campus Organizing Summit - San Francisco: Learning beyond the classroom

    Following the most recent OFA Campus Organizing Summit, the latest crew of student organizers is fired up and ready to bring change to their communities.

    College campuses bring together students from all different backgrounds to learn from, engage with, and challenge one another—making them ideal settings for starting important conversations and organizing movements.

    That’s why OFA is training college students to turn their passion into action—it's our young people that will carry the torch for the fights to come. Empowering them with the tools and resources to start making a difference in their communities is vital to creating lasting change and will help to sustain this movement for years to come.

    Here's how the Campus Organizing Summit that just wrapped in San Francisco is another step toward doing just that.