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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
  • 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
  • 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

  • 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
  • began renting textbooks in August of 2007. Since then, we've served thousands and thousands of customers on more than 2,500 different college campuses in the fabulous USA. You can be confident in our customer service and reliability. We work like maniacs to get books to our customers on time, make things right when something goes wrong, and provide fast and responsive customer service.

    We are unique in our textbook rental service in that we offer virtually any textbook for rent,we pay students for referring friends, we award scholarships every semester, and we contribute a portion of the rental proceeds to a worthy humanitarian project each year. We'll keep you involved in our humanitarian projects and progress through our "Making a Difference" link.

    Renting textbooks makes sense plain and simple. Every rental comes with a worry free guarantee within the first 15 days if you drop your class or change your mind, you keep more cash in your pocket up front, you can order from the comfort of your home or office, it doesn't cost a penny to return your rented textbooks when you're done with them (we even provide the package), and you don't have to worry about disappointing buyback prices at the end of the semester. Let us take the risk that your textbook will be worthless next semester; you don't have to anymore.

    We pride ourselves on our customer service and would love to hear from you. Please let us know how we're doing, offer suggestions, or at least enter to win one of our next scholarships or monthly giveaways. It's free to enter and there's no purchase necessary. Hope to hear from you soon.

    Contact: Alan Martin, President
    Address: 902 Jupiter Hills Circle
    Syracuse, UT 84075
    Phone: 801-589-1955
    Fax: 801-823-2354

  • CampusVoice

    A new way to represent your students. CampusVoice is the first Student Advocacy Platform purposefully designed to support SGAs in improving the student experience by allowing them to represent students and initiate student-led change.

    CampusVoice makes it easy for you and your exec team to work together on setting the priorities and share the progress of each one through out the year.

    In a few clicks you can embed your priorities to your SGA website and inform all students on what your priorities are and the actions you've taken on them throughout the year.

    Contact: Anish Bagga, CEO
    Address: 303c London, Greater London W6 9NH, Great Britain Phone:079-065-4557

    Web: CampusVoice
  • Christy Whitman International

    I am just a normal woman that applied tried and true success principles in my life, and achieved extraordinary results. I was dissatisfied with many areas of my life. I was never happy with the way I looked physically. I never felt satisfied with my relationships. I was constantly searching for all my outer circumstances to change in order for me to finally be happy. I was desperately searching for my passion in life. I am happy to say that my life is now full of passion, excitement, wonder, and love.

    Take the journey of self-discovery and personal empowerment with me through my books, my speaking engagements, and my personal consulting and coaching services. Become amazed at yourself and what you can be, do, or have in your own life.

    Contact: Christy Whitman
    Address: 64 E. Uwchlan Ave., PMB #107
    Exton, PA 19341
    Phone: 610-883-7345

    Web: Christy Whitman International
  • ClearCause Foundation

    ClearCause™ Foundation is committed to keeping American children and students safe on foreign soil by holding youth travel, exchange and study abroad programs to the highest standards.

    The cause is clear – our children, America's next generations, must be protected from the abuse, injuries and deaths that have occurred in a self-regulated youth travel, foreign exchange and study abroad industry.

    Those we entrust to take our young adults and children overseas must be responsible – and held accountable. That's why we're fighting for realistic reforms, like first-time federal oversight and mandated transparent public reporting of organizations that operate study-abroad, foreign-exchange, global student travel and similar programs.

    Through public outreach, education and safety advocacy, ClearCause Foundation offers one voice for the safety of young people traveling internationally.  Let them see our world.  Liberty. Freedom. Help us keep them safe and protect them.

    We invite you to join our ClearCause and support our mission – "Safe Global Youth Travel, Foreign Exchange and Study Abroad."

    Contact: Sheryl Hill, Founding Director
    Address: Box 376
    Mound, MN 55364
    Phone: 612-276-2172
    FAX: 952-938-9414

    Web: ClearCause Foundation
  • College Discount Cards, LLC

    From textbooks to tuition, late night pizza to pre-class coffee, the costs of college life loom large.

    In 1998, this simple truth led to a brilliant business model that’s remained solid for nearly 20 years: a savings program that allows college students to relish in campus offerings with built-in discounts.

    College Discount Cards provides more than awesome deals to an eager demographic. Our program bridges student organizations with peers by increasing transparency, building awareness, and fostering community. A member of the American Student Government Association (ASGA), we actively participate and help sponsor events and programs. College Discount Cards infuses vibrancy into the local economy by introducing campus businesses to their ripest market. It’s a win-win for all– and now, it’s going mobile.

    Along with our signature cards, students can download our mobile app. They can set up notifications for upcoming deals, and access discounts at national retailers. If you already have a discount program, we can feature it on our app– giving you more exposure.

    College Discount Cards strengthens your university ecosystem. If you’re interested in joining our program, click here to learn more.

    Bob Stixrud, Owner
    5200 Willson Road, Suite 150, Minneapolis, MN 55424

    Web: College Discount Cards, LLC