Shot@Life clubs offer a great opportunity for students to build leadership skills and engage in global health issues to support vaccination efforts for children in developing countries. The strength of our campaign is you! By starting a Shot@Life Club, you can connect with advocates from across the country to advocate and make a difference. You are joining a fast-growing network of student leaders in development and health equity that are shaping a brighter future for all!
Taking part in Shot@Life activities on our campus was a great way for our group to make an impact for children around the world and to learn about how our voices could shape the way our government works.Erin, South Carolina
Any student can start a chapter by connecting with the Shot@Life team! Clubs are student-driven, which means that while professors can act as advisors, leaders should always be a student representative. As long as you have the support, successful clubs can also be affiliated with a local Shot@Life chapter or faith-based organization. They can also fold into an existing club on campus.
Iowa City, Iowa
Reflecting on the answers to these questions will help you assess the interest and need for a Shot@Life Club at your school. Consider opportunities to collaborate with existing health clubs and how you can bring our cause to them to build interest and membership.
When you’re ready, click below to connect with Shot@Life and download our complete Campus Guide.
Founding member of the ImmUNITY Campaign at the University of Iowa and passionate vaccine advocate!
Emilee served as the campus lead and statewide Champion Leader in Iowa.