Last week, YAL at Ohio University was privileged to welcome Kasey Darling, a field recruiter from the Charles Koch Institute, to our campus. At our meeting that Thursday, April 9, students gathered from a variety of majors, from chemical engineering to music to history were excited to hear the opportunities CKI has to offer. At our table, we advertised for the event and it was well attended.
That weekend, we attended the Ohio State Conference, where OU’s chapter enjoyed its first conference in a long time. The speakers were truly inspiring and magnificent and, for us, were the highlight of our experience with YAL. We had the privilege to talk with Kasey and the Charles Koch Institute once again, and further network with other sponsors. In particular, we hope to see Generation Opportunity visit Ohio University in the near future.
We want to thank all the members of YAL who organized the event and made it possible. We are especially thankful to our Midwest Regional Director, Ty Hicks, whose breakout session on tabling as well as his continued support have been a boon to our efforts at Ohio University.
Young Americans for Liberty has provided us with a very special and well-received resource for further growth of our chapter as well as an opportunity for our students to develop their goals and talents.
We, at OU, sincerely want to thank all the sponsors for both Ohio State Convention and to YAL national. Without the gracious support of our donors, our chapter and, indeed, the liberty movement, we wouldn’t be nearly as strong on our campus. We promise to work our hardest to achieve the aim of promoting and protecting liberty on college campuses, and to make sure that all resources allocated to us are used effectively to that end. Thanks again!Published in