SUPPORTING THE

NEXT GENERATION OF 

AMERICAN LEADERS 

WHAT WE DO

Scholarship Funding

Primarily, the Campus Leadership Project goes onto each major campus and identifies students with leadership skills. By providing resources and scholarship funding, the project assists students with their educational and career goals by obtaining positions of influence in the college and local community. 

A Powerful Network

In addition, the Campus Leadership Project maintains one of the strongest development networks by connecting hundreds of young leaders together with other current and past leaders and mentors while opening doors to the most powerful business and political network of supporters from across the country. 

Preparation & Training

The Campus Leadership Project provides full-time staff and a fully operational office to conduct a range of leadership conferences, training, advisement sessions and one-on-one meetings are made available for participants in order to best prepare them for leadership opportunities in the college community.  

 

2011

ESTABLISHED

1082

CAMPUSES

100+

SCHOLARSHIPS

128

SUPPORT SQUAD

ABOUT US

The Campus Leadership Project is an elite leadership development organization dedicated to activating, recruiting, supporting and training a new generation of common sense, representative and well-equipped leaders on the biggest college campuses in the United States of America.  We provide students with resources to build greater educational and career opportunities as well as begin a long and well-established foundation in public service.

 
 
 

FROM SEA TO SHINING SEA

“The movement needs this. This is what is going to change America and put leadership positions back in the right hands.” 

 

—  CEO, Fortune 500 Company

TESTIMONIALS

CONTACT

Inquiries

Would you like to become a major leader on your campus? Fill out the form so that we can open the doors to training and resources to you too!

Main Office

4940 E. Beverly Rd.

Phoenix, AZ 85044

 

info@campusleadershipproject.org

 

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