New Members Are The Lifeblood
of Your Delegation
Pro-active efforts to recruit new members for your delegation will help to strengthen and perpetuate your participation in TISL.
This year's freshmen and sophomores will be your delegation leaders in a few years. Many established delegations give preference to underclassmen when filling openings.
This challenge is especially acute at community colleges, where the student body turns over more rapidly than at a four-year university.
Benefits of Being a Delegate
Based on surveys of previous TISL delegates, the biggest benefits of participating are:
Where to Find Delegates
You'll have to decide which ideas work best at your campus, but here are techniques other delegations have used successfully:
Graduate students may participate in TISL, too. The only limit is that students in law school can't be justices, magistrates or lawyers in our judicial program.
TISL is a non-partisan 501(c)(3) educational corporation chartered by the State of Tennessee.