Are you a college student in the U.S.? If so, you can get paid for promoting vegan food and animal rights at your school by becoming a peta2 campus rep! Don’t delay—spots are limited for the fall 2015 semester.
The peta2 Campus Rep program seeks to empower the most dedicated animal-rights supporters at colleges and universities across the country. The program pays students $500 for successfully completing one “action” every other week throughout the semester.
Actions can include giving away free vegan food (provided by peta2) on campus, vegan tabling, meeting with administrators to discuss offering vegan options in the dining halls, holding demonstrations, or conducting any other outreach event to help educate others on animal rights. Campus Reps will get to host powerful touring exhibits, such as “I, Chicken,” and will receive assistance from touring peta2 outreach teams and the opportunity to install a Guide to Going Vegan Stand on their campus.
peta2 will provide you with all the free literature, stickers, DVDs, posters, and other materials that you’ll need in order to shake things up. You’ll also receive training and guidance from PETA staff members on how to wage successful campaigns, and your work might even be featured on peta2!