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INITIATIVES

 

MISSION STATEMENT:

Students For A Better Future.com is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit educational think tank based in Mount Tabor, NJ of the United States.  It was created to provide educational space for research and practice for independent-minded thinkers, academics, community organizers, activists, and political thinkers. The SFBF.Com is owned and operated by fully volunteer academics, activists, and the concerned public.  It attracts various professionals from academia, corporations, and the general public.



HISTORY:

Students For A Better Future. com was formed in January 2010 by education major, Doreen Finkle.  The group’s focus is to introduce students to alternative ways of thinking.  According to Finkle, there are many (501)(c)(3) organizations that have been focused on “Social Justice ” education and not enough to provide a different way of thinking.  She started a community organization that differs from the Social Justice phenomena.

Students For A Better Future. com is only one in four organized groups considered to be “center right” acting philanthropically on college campuses.  While the groups strategizes on recruiting students, the main focus is re-educating students about the US Constitution by writing curriculum.  The name of the “core curriculum “has often been called “Lady Liberty Institute.”

In 2012, the group acquired a radio station called  “Students For A Better Future Radio. ”  The radio station airs twice weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9pm to 10pm with a weekly listening base of 800 people.  The radio station can be found here http://www.blogtalkradio.com/youth-for-independence

In 2012, the SFBF  developed a TV station called LIBERTY ACTION NETWORK TV.
Liberty Action Network TV is the broadcasting network of Students For A Better Future, which airs on channel 21 from 1:00 to 1:30 pm  on Wednesdays in Morris and Passaic Counties in NJ.  It is the
First Tea Party to livetream to Google + and YouTube.   The station is being developed to go 24-7. To get the broadcast on the internet click here: http://www.youtube.com/user/Libertyactionnetwork. 

In 2013, the group developed a more articulate way of reaching college students  with the C Book Institute.  C Book Institute brings to life education through various authors and social “book” Groups.   A few of these authors are Aldous Huxley, Ayn Rand, and George Orwell.

OVERVIEW:

Students For A Better Future applies the principles of autonomous learning  to improve the lives of individuals and society as a whole.  It is anti-communist and anti-totalitarian and counter-balances the liberal, pro-communist, pro-socialist think tanks and policy institutes that enjoy generous funding from several corporations and wealthy  individuals.  Students For A Better Future provides a counter balance to the collective nature of public resources and social services.  It seeks to promote the concepts of the individual and the self through direct education rather than a revolution itself.  Finkle entails the courses in the pedagogy to be “Free Thought”.  Since the core concept of Students For A Better Future focuses on the self and embraces individualism, the Institute does not advocate for a centralized school system monitored by a government.  Rather, it places the control of a school system in the hands of locals and the family.  It is the family, parents or guardians that know best how to educate their children.  The Institute places its’ focus on providing skills that teach those to think for themselves, not what or how to think.

We are currently announcing upcoming workshops for teacher, parents, highschool students, and college kids.  These workshops consist of various types of educational programs ranging from the Constitution, to parenting, book club, writing essays, to even organization and establishing a non profit. Courses are sometimes done as an internship, mandatory teacher workshop, or simple presentations to the public and highschool or college students. 

We have various people on staff who are qualified in their perspective areas.  

 

Workshop schedule:  Internet Porn and Connections to Human Trafficking Parenting Workshops: 

Location:                                                   Dates:                                    Time

William Paterson University Library :     September 14                          7pm-10pm

County College of Morris Public Library:   September 22                       7pm -10 pm

William Paterson University Library           September 29                        7pm-10pm

County College of Morris   Library             October 5th                            7pm -10pm

 

Funding search for non-profits :

County College of Morris                           October 12,19,26                     7pm-10pm

Internship writing and offering:

County College of Morris                            October 6th                              7pm -10pm                 

Internships to be distributed physically among the Campuses in NJ and on the internet.

For more information on internships, please  click here:  INTERNSHIPS

 



 

StudentsForABetterFuture.Com is always looking for people to volunteer.  

We need people to volunteer for Filming (either in studio or out) -in particular documentaries, students recruit (it is not as hard as you think), voter registration, fundraising, and writing.   If you are interested please send an email below.

 

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