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Become a Campus Leader

ONE is looking for hard-working, creative, and organized individuals to become Campus Leaders. As leader of your school’s ONE chapter, you’ll recruit a team of peers, participate in creative advocacy challenges, and mobilize your campus to ensure legislative and policy victories for improved government, greater economic development, and smarter aid in the developing world. Fill out the form below to get started.

Interested in earning internship credit for your experience as a ONE Campus Leader? Our optional internship program will supplement your work as a Campus Leader by improving your policy and advocacy chops, enhancing your leadership skills, and guiding your on-campus organizing. Check out the internship curriculum and requirements for internship credit here. Then complete the form below and let us know you’d like to participate in internship program. Questions? Contact us at occinfo@one.org.

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Meet Campus Leaders

Kamra Hakim

Arizona State University

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Kamra Sadia Hakim is a junior at Arizona State University, majoring in Global Studies, combined with thematic focuses in Arabic Studies, Social Transformation and Digital Culture. Serving as the ONE Campus Leader at Arizona State University, Hakim is a Change Agent, aspiring to ignite passion and compassion in her community. Hakim is determined to inspire her peers to be the voice for those whom cannot speak for themselves. This inspiration shines through all of her advocacy work, ranging from her Service Learning Internship in South Africa and Zambia, to more local work, including attending and participating in political rallies as a ONE advocate.

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Madeleine Friga

Clark University

Madeleine Friga

Maddy is a junior and current Campus leader at Clark University, where she studies International Development and Social Change. Using the ONE Campus Challenge and the on-campus internship program as a platform, Maddy has the opportunity to apply practical knowledge of development to the real world. Over the past two years, rallying her peers at coffee house nights, movie screenings, and World AIDS Day events to take action on behalf of the world’s poorest people have been some of the best experiences of her undergraduate career.

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Jose Baeza

Georgetown College

Jose Baeza

Jose Baeza is a senior at Georgetown College in Kentucky. Originally from Chile, Jose is also a member of Georgetown’s varsity tennis team. Jose became passionate about the issues of extreme poverty after witnessing them firsthand in rural Chile and in his service trips to Uganda. As a ONE Campus Leader and founder of ONE’s chapter at Georgetown College, Jose has the opportunity to use the power of his own voice – right from his campus – to affect real change in the lives of those living in poverty every day. From tabling events on campus to spread the word, to meeting with elected officials in Washington, D.C., Jose knows that committed college students coming together are a loud and powerful force in the fight for justice and equality.

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