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  • ACLU National Advocacy Institute

    The ACLU College and Community Program is a week-long summer program (July 24 – July 29, 2020) for college-aged participants designed to bring their advocacy skills and passion for campus and community organizing to the next level. The program will prepare participants for lifelong engagement in grassroots organizing, policy development, and legal advocacy through electives and seminars led by lawyers, lobbyists, community activists, and ACLU experts. Participants will enhance their knowledge of civil liberties and social justice issues, as well as learn about internships and professional opportunities in public policy, law, communications, and social impact work to help them prepare for a career in law and public service.

    Eligibility & Application: All college-aged students (18-24) are welcome to apply. The application can be found here and applications are due April 5, 2020. Participants must be 18 years old at the time of the program and completed one year of college or graduated high school at least one year prior. No required major. Financial Aid is available.

    Phone: 703-706-3555

    Web: ACLU National Advocacy Institute
  • American Association of University Administrators (AAUA)

    American Association of University Administrators is a non-profit professional organization for higher education leaders and administrative personnel. It is the only professional association for individuals who are interested in the entire range of higher education management (from department chair/unit director through president) in the entire diverse set of American colleges and universities (two- and four-year; public, private non-profit, private for-profit; comprehensive, research-focused, special mission).

    The stated mission of AAUA is to develop and advance superior standards and practices for the profession of higher education administration, particularly emphasizing the responsibility of administrators, at all levels, to demonstrate moral and ethical leadership in the exercise of all their duties. Our association works actively to:

    Promote the professional development of individuals engaged in the administration of higher education.
    Promulgate ethical and professional standards for administrators and institutions of higher education.
    Cultivate the mutuality of interests of those engaged in or concerned with the administration of higher education.
    Membership in AAUA helps support the association's mission. In addition, membership provides—for those members who have an interest—opportunities for professional networking and leadership. In addition to enrolling and serving a significant complement of administrators at the most senior levels, the association is also interested in assisting early-career practitioner administrators build/enhance their leadership portfolios by providing leadership opportunities through service on association committees, boards, and taskforces. Opportunities to collaborate on offering professional development services are available as well.

    Address: 10 Church Road | Wallingford, Pennsylvania 19086 – USA
    Phone: 814-460-6498  
    Fax: 610-565-8089

    Web: American Association of University Administrators
  • AppArmor Mobile

    AppArmor Mobile is a division of Cutcom Software Inc. that builds custom mobile safety apps and emergency notification systems for university and college institutions in Canada, the United States, and Australia. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Toronto, Canada. A few of AppArmor's partner institutions include the University of Guelph, University of Nevada, Reno, Queen's University, Dalhousie University, Jacksonville University, and Wilfred Laurier University.

    AppArmor's safety apps include features such as push notifications, location tracking, and click-to-call capability.

    David Sinkinson, Co-Founder and President
    P.O. Box 12, Station A, Toronto, Ontario, M5W 1A2
    Phone: 866-630-2251

    Web: AppArmor Mobile
  • Aramark

    ARAMARK is a leader in professional services, providing award-winning food services, facilities management, and uniform and career apparel to health care institutions, universities and school districts, stadiums and arenas, and businesses around the world.

    In FORTUNE magazine's 2006 list of "America's Most Admired Companies," ARAMARK was ranked number one in its industry, consistently ranking since 1998 as one of the top three most admired companies in its industry as evaluated by peers and industry analysts. The company was also ranked first in its industry in the 2006 FORTUNE 500 survey. Headquartered in Philadelphia, ARAMARK has approximately 240,000 employees serving clients in 20 countries.

    At ARAMARK Education - Dining Services, a passion for food drives everything we do. Our innovative dining solutions go far beyond the basics to create a total environment that enriches campus life while tangibly supporting our clients' aspirations. Our services include master planning, venue and culinary design, residential and retail concepts, catering, marketing, and technology. For more information, please visit

    Suzanne Corcoran
    ARAMARK Education - Dining Services
    Marketing Program Manager

    1101 Market Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    Phone: 215-238-3048
    FAX: 215-238-8128

    Web: Aramark
  • Aunt Flow

    We support hundreds of schools across the USA and Canada with their goals of offering tampons and pads freely in their bathrooms, just as they do toilet paper. For every 10 tampons and pads we sell, we donate 1 back to someone living in need. 

    We currently work with:  Princeton University, Penn State, Georgia Tech, Texas A&M, Florida Gulf Coast, University of Buffalo, Ohio University, John Hopkins, Kent University, University of Cincinnati, Xavier University.

    People helping people. Period.

    Contact: Sarah Howard, Marketing Manager
    Address: 757 Garden Rd. #205, Columbus, OH 43214
    Phone: 614-560-3719

    Web: Aunt Flow

    Bookbyte offers a textbook centric program which provides student government organizations with revenue and results in savings for students selling and buying textbooks.

    This program can be event driven or perpetual

    Address: 2800 Pringle Rd Suite 100
    Salem, Oregon, 97302
    Phone: 503-370-8100 or 866-456-BYTE

  • is a social platform where students, instructors, and student interest groups can work together to reduce cost of textbooks and education in general.

    Contact: Raza Khan, Co-Founder
    Address: 2528 Fairglen Place
    Corona, CA 92881
    Phone: 714-932-8937

    Web: BookGator
  • Buzzocracy

    Campus Grumble is now Buzzocracy! Buzzocracy was born from the personal experiences of two different perspectives: a student and a student leader.

    As a student, co-founder Ryan Edwards was frustrated with trying to make his voice heard on campus and the lack of transparency in regard to how decisions around campus were made. On the other hand, as a student leader, co-founder John Kirkpatrick was frustrated with the difficulties associated with collecting student feedback, as students were not using contact forms, surveys, and other current methods of feedback collection.

    We created Buzzocracy as a universal, easy-to-use solution to help identify and crowdsource solutions to common campus issues like parking and campus dining options, as well as less common problems students may encounter, like stinging bees on the quad, or smelly roommates. Our platform was designed to help students crowdsource solutions for their suggestions by requiring students to write a proposed solution for their own "grumbles" as well. This aspect of Buzzocracy is what we are most proud of, as it has created a culture where other students can collaborate on the best possible solutions for campus issues.

    Campus Grumble was incorporated in June 2012 and subsequently released the beta version at Wake Forest University in August 2012 as a private platform. After a favorable response from both students and student organizations to our Beta release, we decided to initiate our official launch in January of 2013, adding Campus Grumble Connect to our portfolio. Campus Grumble Connect is a premium service that acts as a special portal for student organizations and administrators to collect student feedback and communicate with our student initiatives website - Campus Grumble.

    In August 2013 Campus Grumble rebranded under the name Buzzocracy. We made the decision to rebrand because our service isn't just for student grievances – it is for new ideas, suggestions, and honest campus discussions! Students have much more to add to their campus communities than just complaints. With Buzzocracy it is even easier to collaborate with peers and administrators on innovative ideas and suggestions as well!

    Contact: John Kirkpatrick, President
    Address: 210 N. Church St #1214
    Charlotte, NC 28202
    Phone: 1-877-614-1079

    Web: Buzzocracy
  • Campus Ecology (National Wildlife Federation)

    ASGA Silver Sponsor - Campus EcologyHave you joined the National Wildlife Federation's EcoLeader community?  If not, join hundreds of your college peers and young professionals all across the U.S. today who are advancing their leadership for a healthy environment at  Receive support, connections and recognition.  Share ideas and network across campuses. Make a greater impact for the environment on campus and beyond.  Earn the recognition and experience so critical to advancing successful careers for the environment.  Tap an enormous database of campus case studies on 23 different topics and be the first to receive news on environmental and conservation fellowships, grants, film screening and more!

    Contact: Julian Keniry, Senior Director, Campus and Community Leadership
    Address: 11100 Wildlife Center Drive
    Reston, Virginia 20190
    Phone: 703-438-6322
    Twitter: @nwf, @wildlifepromise, @kenirybird

    Web: Campus Ecology (National Wildlife Federation)
  • Campus Harmony, Inc.

    The Campus Harmony, Inc. Staff has developed a college program built upon a model of pro-active peacemaking and anger and conflict resolution.  We train student leaders in developing relationship building competencies based on a philosophy of peace, open communication, diversity and integrity.  Our training establishes a safe pathway for student leaders to process problems in their organizations and throughout the college community in a way that all students and staff can understand and readily engage, and gives them the specific skill set necessary to address those problems.  We are not attempting to certify students as professional mediators, but only to provide them with the skills necessary to peacefully resolve conflict.

    Being able to deal with conflict can only enhance the academic experiences of student leaders.  Our philosophy and training emphasize the fact that student leadership positions are not about the offices students hold, but are about their ability to relate to people and deal with anger and conflict effectively.  As student leaders, they must have the abilities to influence outcomes and inspire others.  We train student leaders to peacefully inspire and influence those outcomes!

    Dr. Audrey Newsome
    1700 Pacific Ave, Suite 1870
    Dallas, TX 75201
    Phone: 214-635-1985
    Fax: 214-635-1987

    Web: Campus Harmony, Inc.