PETA Is Offering To Pay Students $1000 To Preach The Glories Of Veganism

Hannah Bleau

Are you a college student looking to make an extra grand? HAVE I GOT THE ANSWER FOR YOU!

PETA is graciously offering to pay students $1000 to preach the glories of veganism on college campuses.

PETA advertises:

Are you a vegan college student in the U.S. or Canada who’s juggling taking classes, working, and trying to save the world all at the same time? If so, peta2’s Campus Representative Program is for you! We strive to help dedicated students transform their schools and spread animal rights awareness on campuses across North America.


Our program is designed to give college activists the resources and guidance they need in order to create fun and effective outreach events. We’ll pay you $500 a semester, plus additional funding for on-campus events, so that you can cut down on hours spent clearing tables at your part-time job and dedicate your free time to saving animals! As a peta2 Campus Representative, here are some of the things you can look forward to doing.

Actions include:

Holding vegan food and drink giveaways
Screening films such as Cowspiracy and Earthlings
Hosting guest speakers and debates to discuss animal rights issues
Setting up peta2’s touring exhibits on campus
Organizing demonstrations
Installing Guide to Going Vegan stands in the dining halls
Designing their own actions—and getting $$$ to make it happen

In other words, all you have to do is badger the sh*t out of people who couldn’t care less about going vegan. It’s really quite simple!

Campus Reform actually spoke to student representatives for this program, and they didn’t hold back.

“It is extremely important to promote veganism to college students because they’re at a pivotal cognitive stage in their lives,” said Resanna Li, a junior at the University of California-Irvine who serves as a PETA representative.


College students are perfect targets for vegan activism, she said, because “their brains are still in the [process] of learning and their environment of being away from family allows them to make their own choices,” rendering them “more open to learning about the positive effects of veganism on their body and their environment.”

That right there. “…their brains are still in the [process] of learning and their environment of being away from family allows them to make their own choices.” Translation: Time to get away from your psycho conservative family and realize you are LITERALLY KILLING THE PLANET. What about the ants? THINK OF THE ANTS.

The sad thing is, they have a point. College students have extremely pliable minds. That’s why liberal professors are desperately trying to transform college campuses into indoctrination centers.

Anyway, if reprimanding complete strangers for eating meat sounds like your thing, here you go. An extra $500 a semester. You’re welcome.

I’m just gonna leave this here.

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h/t Campus Reform