Freedom After College

Sadly (or happily for some), life goes on after college. So does the fight for freedom.

Building friendships, networking, and growing the movement is critical after college. If our ideas are to be preserved and promoted, you need to stay involved. Plus, in a time when the individual seems to be ever more isolated and adrift, these groups can help plug you into social networks you can use.

Whether you're looking for ways to be involved socially, professionally, or both, we have a list of groups you might be interested in learning more about below:

America's Future Foundation - "America’s Future Foundation was founded in 1995 by a group of young conservatives and libertarians in Washington, DC. Today, AFF is the premier non-profit network of young conservative and libertarian leaders, nationwide. ...

AFF today has exceeded the expectations of its founders. Hundreds of people attend AFF roundtables and social events, and thousands of visitors surf the AFF website each month. AFF members read Doublethink magazine and attend leadership dinners that attract high-profile speakers. Today, AFF hosts events in cities around the country. As AFF’s membership and reputation continue to grow, the organization will continue its role as a breeding ground for the leaders of America’s future."

Liberty on the Rocks - "Liberty on the Rocks is a grass-roots organization whose goal is to help people establish social environments to unite liberty-minded individuals not only with one another, but also with the freedom-based organizations in their local communities. Liberty on the Rocks will work with all liberty-oriented organizations and/or groups to connect them with their local social network, so they may better expose their message and the information they produce to freedom-minded individuals in their community.

All Liberty on the Rocks chapters are meant to provide a place for individuals to meet and network with each other, gain and disseminate knowledge on the importance of limited government, free markets and individual rights and to learn more about what is going on in their local communities to enhance individual freedoms. It is our belief that those in this country have a right to protect their liberties, and it is only they, not the politicians in Washington, who have the power to do so."