Invite. Interact. Intern.
Work with JFA to Change Hearts and Save Lives on Your Campus ... and Beyond
Invite JFA to Your Campus
Justice For All (JFA) works to make abortion unthinkable through conversations with pro-choice advocates – conversations in which the contentious debate about abortion is transformed into a dialogue. We offer simple yet sophisticated dialogue training to pro-life students in your club, your church, and your community through what we call Seat Work (interactive seminar) and Feet Work (outreach) events… and we personally mentor participants every step of the way!
For more information or to invite JFA to your campus, click on the links below.
What Are Students Saying?
Interact with Pro-Choice Advocates
JFA’s large exhibit outreach events provide a perfect opportunity for you and the JFA team to create life-changing dialogue with hundreds of pro-choice advocates in just a few days. If JFA isn’t coming to your campus this year, plan to join us for a mission trip during Fall Break, Spring Break, or during the summer. For more information, click on the links below.
Intern with Justice For All
Apply for a four-month, paid internship with JFA. If accepted, you’ll gain experience in public speaking, mentoring pro-life advocates in small groups, and creating dialogue with pro-choice advocates through frequent campus outreach events. The JFA Internship is the perfect way to explore a career in pro-life work.
Holly Fugate (pictured) first participated in JFA’s training program during a Spring Break trip in college, which prepared her to lead her college’s pro-life club. After graduating, she completed a year-long internship with JFA. She is now raising a family, and continues to use her experience to equip pro-life advocates in her community. Reflecting on her internship experience, Holly said:
“I can think of no better environment in which to receive an education on pro-life ministry and the issues surrounding abortion, and no better environment in which to consistently help make a difference for the unborn and their parents.”