National Campus Leadership Council | Campus ideas. National Impact.

The National Campus Leadership Council (NCLC) was launched in 2012 to better empower student body leaders at colleges around the country to develop the tools, networks, and skills necessary to confront exigent issues facing students today. Last year, our programs reached more than 1,500 student leaders on about 500 college campuses, engaging students on issues like college affordability, campus sexual assault, mental health, diversity and inclusion, environmental sustainability, and campus to career transitions. We work closely with a range of organizations and institutions in the national higher education community from top trade associations and policy researchers to the White House and U.S. Department of Education. 

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Running Start | Bringing young women to politics

Running Start is a nonprofit organization that gives young women the skills and inspiration they need to run for office. In the past 10 years, Running Start has trained 10,000 young women. Running Start's programming for college women includes: The Running Start Internship program in Washington, DC, which gives interns a hands-on experience in nonprofit management. The Star Fellowship brings seven college women to Washington, DC each semester to intern for Congresswomen and learn how to run for office, and Star Fellows receive complimentary housing a stipend. Elect Her is a daylong training for college women on how to run for student government that will be offered on 75 campuses in 2017.

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