Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth
Oct. 22, 2012

If you are a student or professor, or if you live near a university, junior college, or any place of higher learning, we invite you to volunteer with AE911Truth and start organizing at your school to promote a new World Trade Center investigation. The College Outreach Team has been revived for the 2012–2013 school year in conjunction with the promising Spring AE911Truth College Speaking Tour, and we have plenty of opportunities for new volunteers. With just a few hours of effort, you can begin to make an impact on your college campus, alma mater, or nearby university.

The potential for college outreach was confirmed as every student who initially subscribed to the official story abandoned it by the end of Gage’s explosive presentation at Diablo Valley College. Students were inspired to take action based on their new awareness of 9/11.

Over the past century, many grassroots movements have taken place at college campuses. From civil rights and war protests to political rallies, universities have always been havens for free speech, scientific research, and open discourse, and AE911Truth has left its own impression on campuses around the world. The live presentation of 9/11: Blueprint for Truth has been given to students at more than 49 colleges since 2007, including such prestigious institutions as MIT, the University of Toronto, and Cambridge University.

At dozens of universities, Richard Gage, AIA, has demonstrated that presenting the 9/11 evidence for controlled demolition can be as poignant in a classroom as it is in a conference hall

Arizona resident Steve Cohn has been the leader of the College Outreach Team for the last year. “When I first joined AE911Truth, I had almost no volunteer or leadership experience, but I was inspired by the 10th anniversary events to make a difference right away,” he explained. “I look forward to seeing other supporters join us as we continue to make an impact at colleges nationwide.”

The mission of the College Outreach Team is to promote the vital WTC evidence on campuses throughout the country by

Encouraging people to form registered student 9/11 Truth clubs at their schools and affiliating them as AE911Truth Action Groups.
Encouraging volunteers to reach out to students, professors, and administrators with AE911Truth information
Organizing public presentations and screenings of films like 9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out

A key component of the College Outreach Team this year is the new AE911Truth College Speaking Tour. AE911Truth founder Richard Gage, AIA, is set to give a new presentation, titled 9/11: Explosive Evidence – Don’t Be the Last to Know, at colleges across America, starting at the Global Social Responsibility Conference on October 24 at St Cloud University. “We were honored to be called by Dr. Julie Andrzejewski, the conference coordinator, and offered an honorarium to give the event a boost in content,” Gage said. “The most eager of the 2,800 conference participants will be able to pack into the 400-seat auditorium to have the opportunity to hear the compelling WTC evidence in our new multimedia presentation.”

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