Pence to give keynote address at National Conservative Student Conference
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Former Vice President Mike PenceMichael (Mike) Richard PenceOn The Money: Democrats wary of emerging bipartisan infrastructure deal, warn of time crunch Pence buys .9M home in Indiana Pence to visit Iowa to headline event for congressman MORE will be giving the keynote address at the National Conservative Student Conference (NCSC) this August in Texas.

Young America’s Foundation, a conservative group for young people, announced on Tuesday that Pence will give the keynote address at their 43rd annual NCSC.

The Vice President will headline a lineup of nearly 30 prominent conservative leaders in the free state of Texas, including Senator Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzBiden tries to erase Trump's 'America First' on world stage Cotton, Pentagon chief tangle over diversity training in military GOP senators press Justice Department to compare protest arrests to Capitol riot MORE, Congressman Byron Donalds, Lila Rose, Congressman Louie GohmertLouis (Louie) Buller GohmertWray grilled on FBI's handling of Jan. 6 Gohmert asks if federal agencies can change Earth's or moon's orbits to fight climate change Democrats debate shape of new Jan. 6 probe MORE, Lt. Col. Allen West, and more, with more than 400 college students in attendance,” the group said in a statement.

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The conference will be held in Houston. It is aimed to “educate and inspire college students with the principles of individual freedom, a free-market economy, a strong national defense, and traditional values,” according to the group’s website.

Pence was announced as the Ronald Reagan Presidential Scholar for the conservative group in February.

In this role, he is slated to start a podcast, write a monthly op-ed and speak at conferences and colleges.

Pence has recently been ramping up his speaking engagements since he left office in January.

Pence will be the keynote speaker for the Hillsborough County Republican Party's annual Lincoln dinner in New Hampshire in June.

The former vice president was also the keynote speaker for an event with the Palmetto Family Council in South Carolina in April.