Become a Program Speaker or Mentor

The mission of the Students for Life of America National Leaders Collective (NLC) is to raise up the next generation of pro-life leaders. We want to train student pro-life activists to be leaders on campus and beyond and network those student leaders with their counterparts in the national pro-life movement to help further develop their skills. Simply put, the NLC is the training you need for a career in the pro-life movement! 

The NLC is made up of more than 15 different leadership opportunities, including SIX fellowships, THREE special programs, THREE strategic programs, opportunities for top group leaders nominated for special awards, and MORE!

All six of SFLA’s fellowships include mentorship from a leader in the pro-life movement who is working full-time to abolish abortion. All leadership programs within the NLC have opportunities for pro-life professionals to share experience with students interested in pursuing a pro-life career.  

What does mentoring look like?

 A good relationship between a mentor and mentee can be established through regular communication with a leader within the pro-life movement who has experience in the fellow’s area of interest. Mentorship occurs at least once a month through a medium of communication that works best for mentor and mentee. Supplemental materials are provided to help guide discussion. Mentors and mentees establish goals together, and grow together as pro-life leaders.

Why become an SFLA mentor?

Mentors for the National Leaders Collective receive:

  1. Exclusive invites to events throughout the year.
  2. Opportunities to connect with career driven students who could one day join your organization’s team.
  3. Opportunities to recruit and develop relationships with future volunteers.
  4. Discounts to special SFLA events like the National Pro-Life Summit.

      Who qualifies as a mentor?

      A mentor can be any individual who works full-time in a job that serves the pro-life movement with 2 or more years of career experience. Mentors are selected based on the needs of the fellows in the program.

          Organizations of past mentors:

          • Alliance Defending Freedom

          • Secular Pro-Life

          • American Association for Pro-Life OBGYNs

          • Heartbeat International

          • Bioethics Defense Fund

          • Sidewalk Advocates for Life

          • Justice for All

          • Local and national pregnancy help organizations

          • Local Right to Life organizations

          • And more!

          Leaders in the pro-life movement can also offer helpful insight and assist in equipping the Pro-Life Generation through speaking on regular leadership calls. If you are interested in speaking in addition to mentoring a fellow, please specify in the form below.

              Have questions?

              Contact us via email at [email protected] for further information.