Support & Resources
FMF provides support to feminist activists through a wide variety of resources, including:
Alumni Network: An activist, social, and career network for graduates to continue their involvement in and
connection with the feminist and pro-choice movements as they move out into the nation and the world. FMF
alumni in our network receive discount memberships to join the Ms. Community, attend FMF conferences and
events, and serve as mentors to feminst campus members in their community.
Campus Organizers: A full-time staff of experienced feminist activists, all recent college graduates, who are
available to provide students with support, information, ideas, and opportunities to connect with other FMLAs
and affiliate groups.
Choices E-zine: A bimonthly e-newsletter for FMF members that provides updates on the activism of FMLAs
and affiliates with stories written by student leaders, national and global feminist news, action alerts, and more!
Feminist Faculty and Staff Network: A nationwide network of feminist faculty and professional staff
committed to supporting campus activism for women’s rights. This network provides a source of collective
action, knowledge, and support for feminist communities on college campuses. Faculty and staff have access
to student and community support for Women’s Studies programs and women’s centers, a directory of
participating faculty and staff, networking opportunities through FMF events and conferences, and much more.
FeministCampus.org, Feminist.org, Ms. Magazine.com: These FM websites offer multiple resources on
cutting-edge feminist issues, organizing tools, a multi-lingual global resource section, a career center for jobs
and internships, a database of campus action ideas, a sign up for action alerts, feminist news, and more!
FMLA Fundraisers: Leadership Alliances have the opportunity to raise funds for their campus group through
FMF t-shirt sales, FMF Walks for Women’s Lives, and Ms. magazine sales.
Monthly Mailings and Tabling Materials: Monthly mailings provide timely fact sheets, action ideas, videos,
stickers, and other resources on cutting-edge feminist and pro-choice issues. Tabling materials include
brochures, campaign materials, promotional products, and are available on the FMF Campus Program’s
materials webpage: http://www.feministcampus.org/fmla/program-materials/default.asp.
National Conferences and Regional Feminist Leadership Institutes: National conferences hosted by FMF
bring together feminist student activists from around the country to participate in workshops and assesmbling
with prominent women’s rights leaders to develop leadership skills and knowledge about women’s and social
justice issues both nationally and globally. Regional Feminist Leadership Institutes bring together FMLAs and
affiliate groups from several states to network, learn about feminist issues, and hone organizing skills.
Networking Opporunties: FMF encourages and faciliates members of FMLAs, affiliates, alumni, and faculty
to connect across the country.
On-Campus Skills Building Workshops, Trainings, and Support: FMF’s Campus Organizers travel to
campuses to contduct throughout the year to help groups launch, to conduct trainings and workshops on a
variety of issues including effective ways to build leadership and activist skills, work with press and media,
public speaking, fundraising, event planning, and recruitment and retention of members.
Student Health Center Network: In an effort to provide health centers and students information regarding
the access and availablity of EC on their campus, the FMF Health Center Network offers access to resources
and support through emails and informational webpages at: http://www.feministcampus.org/network/
Study And Action Manual: An innovative organizing tool that gives students information about critical
feminist issues, along with strategies to organize around these issues. Students can also use the SAM as a
resource for research papers and resume development.
Contact the Campus Team today at 1-866-444-FMLA (Washington, DC
office), 1-866-471-FMLA (Los Angeles, CA office), CampusTeam@feminist.org or www.feministcampus.org.