In late August, eight Egyptian students joined us in DC for Model American Congress. The program is hosted in partnership with Cairo University to bring high achieving students to the US for a two-week intensive program, including a one-week internship in a Senator's office or committee office.
In early June, ACYPL hosted 215+ emerging leaders from 44 countries for the spring 2015 Professional Fellows Congress in Washington, DC. The week-long event included workshops, panel discussions, and professional trainings for all the young professionals.
On November, 7 American delegates journeyed to Ghana and South Africa to participate in a 14-day international exchange to learn about Ghanaian and South African politics, governance, and culture. It was quite a trip!
2021 In Review
While COVID-19 continued to impact the world and our work in 2021, the ACYPL team worked year-round to continue giving emerging leaders a global perspective. ACYPL celebrated our...VIEW DETAILS
Alumni Reflection: Ulfa Mubarika (PFP 2019)
I would like to inform you that the ultimate goal of my micro-grant project “Pakem Indonesia” has been achieved! Pakem Indonesia is integrated program that combines strengthening the...VIEW DETAILS
ACYPL Virtual Programs 2020
With the launch of so much new programming, here is a snapshot of our work in 2020. This year ACYPL programs look a little different – but as...VIEW DETAILS
Alumni Reflection: Candace Gerritsen (Vietnam 2019)
Professional Fellows Program to Vietnam Reflection by Candace Gerritsen, October 2019 The Illinois Chamber hosted a Fellow from the American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL) Program in...VIEW DETAILS