The program is for college students in the United States between the ages of 18 and 29. If you are a college/university staff member who is interested in purchasing discounted condoms, please visit trojanprofessional.com.
This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic keeping more college students at home, the Condom Collective program will be limited only to college students who are on-campus. Therefore, we will only be selecting 200 students to participate, instead of the normal 1,000. Applications should go live by August 13th, 2020.
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Giving out free condoms is the first step on the road to a world where contraceptives are a right for all. Some participants organize for their school to have free condom dispensers because they know that once they’ve handed out their 500 free condoms, people at their school will still need condoms. Want to learn how to take action so your school can put up free condom dispensers? Check out our Resources section for activist toolkits that will walk you through organizing to get free condom dispensers on your campus, and for more information about activism for free contraceptives contact email@example.com.
Check out the following activist toolkits that will teach you how to organize and win free condom dispensers at your school.
What if your campus community did not have to rely on just the 500 condoms you hand out this semester and free condoms were just available for students at all times? Check out this Q & A with a former participant who was able to get her school to put up free condom dispensers.
Writing an Op Ed or Letter to the Editor
Getting published in your school or local paper in support of free condoms on campus is a great way to get your message out. Here’s a step by step guide to writing and pitching an op ed or letter to the editor.
Host a Teach-In
A teach-in is a great way to combine education and action: gather your friends and classmates to host an event where you give out condoms, have an informal conversation about why your school should make condoms free, and have attendees sign a petition to make condoms free at your school. Click below for instructions on how to plan and host one.
Petition Drive and Delivery
Learn how to collect and deliver petition signatures effectively so you can convince your school to put up free condom dispensers. Click here for a toolkit on gathering petition signatures and delivering them to your university administration.
Student Government Resolution
Gaining support of your student government is one tactic to get your school to put up free condom dispensers. Here’s a step-by-step guide to lobbying your student government.