The Transhumanist Student Network (TSN) serves and is led by transhumanist students and youth.
Contributions of TSN chapters to the transhumanist effort can range from bringing relevant experts to campus to speak on their work, to involvement in service projects that incorporate technologies to meet the needs of a target community. The first step in achieving such goals is the establishment of a campus group, which the TSN leadership will assist you in accomplishing.
Campus groups are often established by a single determined person who advertises the idea and gathers friends and new acquaintances into a formal campus organization. Try to interest a group of founding members through friend networks, sympathetic professors, and by posting (eye-catching, informative) flyers with your contact info and the URL for the WTA homepage (www.transhumanism.org).
Individual advocacy also makes a difference - please inform us of all such efforts! Consult the TSN Student Advocate Guide for advice on how you can advance the transhumanist movement and pursue your career goals without the benefit of a transhumanist group on your campus.
From the group's Web site
5042 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90036