When I graduated high school, I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life. I signed up for Campus Outreach because it seemed like the best opportunity I had to fight injustice. And it was, everyday. - Brianna Baxter
Want to help abolish abortion by changing the culture? Our team is effectively turning the tide of public opinion against abortion. A few quotes from "pro-choice" students we talked to this semester: "Abortion is never justified!" "You totally changed my mind." "I could never do that to my baby." Wait a minute - "pro-choice" students?! Well, not anymore. These students, and hundreds more like them, started as "pro-choice", but became convinced abortion is wrong after seeing an image of an abortion victim, talking to one of our team members, or reading a pamphlet we gave them. Every day, each team member has the opportunity to confront the culture of death head-on and convince hundreds of students that abortion is wrong. Because of our team and other activists like them, students are finally seeing the truth and rejecting abortion. Are you willing to stand with the victims and help end abortion? We're now accepting applications for the fall 2015 Campus Outreach team!
Survivors Campus Outreach Team takes the truth about abortion to high schools, colleges, and youth groups throughout the country.
As a Survivors team member you will:
Talk to hundreds of students about abortion.
Plan and lead fun pro-life events with the team.
Learn to be an effective pro-life presenter.
Meet and work with national pro-life leaders.
Live in community with other pro-life activists and missionaries.
Grow in your faith.
Your commitment includes:
Dedication to ending abortion and living out your faith.
Willingness to work and learn on a team.
Fundraising $100 per week to offset the cost of room, board, and transportation.
The Campus Outreach team journeys across the states to spread the Pro-Life message by actively engaging students in dialogue and creating a personal connection with them with the aim of making abortion a personal issue. That's what makes it efficient, that's what makes it successful, that's what makes the Campus Outreach team the most fruitful investment for any young person who wants to make a difference. - Erick De La O