In some parts of the world summer is in full swing, and we’ve put together a bank of ideas to help you and your chapter make the most of your summer!
It’s easy to feel connected to important issues when you’re in D.C., but being involved and making a difference presents a greater challenge. SSDP helps students coordinate their efforts to become involved and make that difference, and I’m incredibly excited to be a part of it this summer. Both by amassing relevant drug policy information and connecting with student groups,
Working at Students for Sensible Drug Policy has been a dream of mine ever since I found out about the organization. I was introduced to SSDP by Brandon Levey, current Vice Chair of the SSDP Board of Directors, almost as soon as I arrived at University of Maryland. One morning he called me and said I should come by Stamp (our Student
What a summer it has been interning with SSDP in our DC office. I’ve had more fun and gained more experience than I could imagine over these two months! Whether it was helping organize the DC Vigil for the Victims of the War on Drugs in front of the White House, or attending Press Conferences with drug policy experts and celebrities, or
We are glad to announce the second Alumni Newsletter! In the newsletter we spotlight several exceptional alumni to see what they’ve been up to. We are also so proud to see many amazing SSDP Alumni who were able to make it to our 2011 SSDP Training Conference and Lobby Day in Washington DC. Last but not least, we have great