Help Wanted

by David Burnett on June 21, 2010

A famous president once said “ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.”

SCCC isn’t your country, and we’re not your president, but for those of you wanting to know what Students for Concealed Carry on Campus has done for you, the answer isn’t hard to find; legal victories in Colorado and Texas, moral victories in Pennsylvania and Michigan, and actual legislative progress in Georgia, South Carolina and Arizona. Plus, coordinating the national protest, crafting the national presence, and offering tools for you to succeed on your on campus.

Now SCCC needs your help. We need you to ask what you can do to help us. We have some fantastic people working with us already, devoting their time and their talent to a cause they believe in, and helping make SCCC a success. But we’re always looking to add more talent to the pool.

For starters, we have openings for regional directors in the Central and Northeast regions. Are you a good coordinator and leader who would be interested in working with SCCC national, coordinating on the campus level and helping spur legislation in your region? Maybe you’d like to step up and be a state director, or assistant state director.

Are you a graphics design artist? Do you have experience with web design, photography, videography or other design/image-based media?

Do you enjoy writing persuasively and debating the issue, helping convince skeptical classmates and readers of the truth?

If you have the time and talent, SCCC is asking for your help. What if you will be the one person that provides the final push, the one that makes that last bit of difference that pushes us over the finish line? Maybe all you can do is donate (which you can do securely via the PayPal link at the top-right of the home page), which is also greatly needed.

Regardless, we hope you’ll consider contributing to – and being a part of – the the next generation of freedom’s defenders.

Please contact the SCCC Organizers if you can help!


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