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You are the Current & Future Leaders of the Justice Movement

Some of the most incredible movements start with a small group of committed people who decide to take a stand. IJM Campus Chapters rally others to the fight to end slavery by engaging their campuses & communities with meaningful ways to take action. Get connected to your school’s chapter or learn how to start one right here!

Don’t see your school? Launch Your Campus Chapter.

Meet The Team

This rising generation has the potential to end slavery in our lifetime. As part of IJM’s overall mobilization efforts, the College Student Mobilization team seeks to equip college students in the U.S. and around the world to lead their campuses and their communities in the fight to end slavery.

Greg Darley

Director of College Mobilization

Meet This Year’s National Student Leadership Team

The National Student Leadership Team is comprised of 8 top chapter leaders who work as extension of IJM’s college student mobilization team. They serve regionally as a coach, cheerleader, advocate, supporter, and partner in the work of justice for campus chapter leaders around the country. With over 150 campuses actively engaged in this fight, NSLT helps build greater unity & connection to IJM & the frontline fight to end slavery.

Sarah Lin

Manuel Briscoe

Kaitlyn Wanta

Jacob Smith

Luke “Orange” Hinson

Jordie Beuch


Questions? Email chapters@ijm.org

Resources

Here’s everything you need to get going!

An event flyer to start promoting your event.
Make your IJM chapter or justice coalition by completing this form & emailing it to chapters@ijm.org.
Need help leading or structuring a meeting? Whether you're planning a leadership team meeting or a larger gathering, use these tips & ideas to help make...
Wondering how you are going to fund all the amazing activities & events you have planned for your campus? Dying to attend an IJM event or conference with...
Here’s how you can customize an IJM logo for your school! Send to chapters@ijm.org for one-time approval.
Looking for a quick refresher on what's in the Campus Chapter Toolkit? Here's an overview.
This is our new & improved resource for how to host a week of justice activities. You'll find event ideas, tips on fundraising, how to host a prayer night...
How to set your chapter up for success after you leave. Includes tips on building a strong leadership team, sample interview questions and more.
Please complete this application if you would like to be a candidate for the National Student Leadership Team. Job descriptions are included in this form....
Interested in applying to IJM’s National Student Leadership Team? Not sure what that is? Find out more here. Applications are due in January-February.
Students who are interested in a career in human rights would be well served by educational preparation that focuses on the foundations of faith,...
Interested in learning more about human rights and justice issues around the world? Find a comprehensive (but not all-inclusive) list of books that will help...
Planning an IJM presentation, paper or project for school? This answers foundational questions about the work of IJM and helps you navigate IJM.org.
A chapter by chapter Reader's guide for The Justice Calling by Bethany Hoang and Kristen Johnson. Purchase the book on Amazon by clicking here.