Resources for Students
Our coalition wants to support rising advocates! Below are resources students can use to become involved with the coalition, other youth nuclear activist groups, and in their very own schools.
Get a WANW Speaker!
Members of WANW are always more than willing to speak about nuclear weapon issues at schools and events. Contact us to schedule a speaker for your event.
Get Help for a Written Piece or Presentation
Writing a story on nuclear issues for your school's newspaper? Doing a paper for class? Giving a presentation on this topic? WANW can help you find resources, edit your piece, or offer assistance to get you started.
Join Beyond the Bomb
Beyond the Bomb is a people-powered campaign working to free our planet from nuclear violence.
Join their team of student and youth activists to build power every day on the local, state, and national levels to prevent nuclear war and put an end to the exploitative and morally bankrupt system that support these horrific weapons.
Volunteer or Intern with WANW
Learn more about nuclear weapons and become an expert on the issue by working with our coalition.
We have worked with many students to receive course-credits for their internships with WANW and Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility. Contact us to see if we have internship and volunteer opportunities available.
Students are also more than welcome to join our monthly coalition meetings.
Check out these reliable resources for more information on nuclear weapons - perfect for research papers!
Arms Control Association: factsheets on global and national nuclear weapons arsenals, policy, and history
Congressional Research Service, nuclear weapons topics: reports provide policy and legal analysis to committees and Members of both the House and Senate
Congressional Budget Office: report from the CBO on the cost of "modernization" of the US nuclear arsenal, and ways to reduce the cost
Federation of American Scientists: latest status and analysis of world nuclear forces and major policy
Nuclear Famine: Two Billion People at Risk?: report from Physicians for Social Responsibility on the impact of a "limited" nuclear exchange