Get Paid to Lead the Fight Against Speciesism on Your Campus—Become an SOS Campus Rep

Want to take your activism up a notch and save animals like it’s your job? If you’re eligible and accepted, you can become a Students Opposing Speciesism (SOS) campus rep—and get paid $60 for each protest or outreach event that you host on your campus. We’ll provide all the materials that you need for free, and you’ll be paired with an SOS staff member, who will help guide your events, advise on hub management, and develop strategies for your campaigns to advance the cause of animal liberation.

We’re looking for college students ages 18 to 25 who are currently enrolled in a two- or four-year college program in the U.S. or Canada (excluding students in California, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, Oregon, Puerto Rico, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, and Washington—who unfortunately are not eligible due to local laws).

If any of these eligibility details don’t apply to you but you still want to get serious about fighting speciesism, become an SOS organizer or join SOS as a member.

All fields in bold are mandatory.

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What activism and/or club leadership experience do you have, if any?
Has an animal rights club or SOS hub already been established at your college?
Do you feel comfortable answering questions about animal rights issues, including about ways animals are used for experiments, food, clothing, and entertainment? What experience do you have discussing these issues, if any?
What animal rights issue(s) are you most passionate about and why?
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