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!
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:
- Exclusive invites to events throughout the year.
- Opportunities to connect with career driven students who could one day join your organization’s team.
- Opportunities to recruit and develop relationships with future volunteers.
- Discounts to special SFLA events like the National Pro-Life Summit.
Who qualifies as a mentor?
Organizations of past mentors:
Alliance Defending Freedom
American Association for Pro-Life OBGYNs
Bioethics Defense Fund
Sidewalk Advocates for Life
Justice for All
Local and national pregnancy help organizations
Local Right to Life organizations
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.