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Latest News

Student Organizing Jobs and Internships

Several of our friends and partners are now hiring. If you’re looking for a job or internship in the student organizing field, these openings may be of interest to you.

Fellowship for Affordable Higher Education
U.S. PIRG is hiring a Fellow to work on their Higher Education Project. This is a two-year organizing position to push back against cuts to the federal higher education budget, get predatory banking products off campus, and work to introduce free, online textbooks into classrooms. This position is based in Washington, D.C., or Boston, MA.Read More

SUNY Students Organize Statewide Advocacy Effort

We recently spoke with Marc Cohen, the Senior Director of External Relations for the SUNY Student Assembly, about their recent lobby day at the state capitol.

Please tell us your name and current position with the SUNY Student Assembly. Please also tell us a little bit about who you are: your year, area of study, any other background info you’d like to share.
My name is Marc Cohen. I’m a Junior at the University at Albany studying Political Science and Philosophy, and the Senior Director of External Relations for the SUNY Student Assembly. I also serve the University at Albany Student Association as Vice President.Read More

Save Student Aid: Issue Update

Save Student Aid

In response to our recent action alert, more than 70 student government presidents signed a letter to Congress urging them to oppose cuts to student aid programs. Thank you to everyone who took action!

Unfortunately, the U.S. House and Senate still chose to move forward with these cuts.

The cuts in the House’s version of the budget are especially harsh and include:

  • $90 billion from Pell Grants, which support nine million low-income students;
  • $34 billion from in-school interest subsidies, which protect students from paying interest on their student loans while they’re still in school; and
  • $27 billion from programs like income-based repayment and public service loan forgiveness that provide a safety net for graduates with student debt.

However, these cuts are a long way from becoming final – and we’re going to fight them at every single turn.Read More

What Our Clients Are Saying

"The best thing about the Student Government Resource Center's training is that it teaches your student government to act. Instead of just talking about problems, their trainers showed our members how to move toward concrete, achievable solutions."

-Ethan Senack, UConn Undergraduate Student Government