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Professional Fellows Program Alumni Impact Award 2018
Professional Fellows Program Alumni Impact Award 2018
The U.S. Department of State is pleased to announce applications are open for the 2018 Professional Fellows Program Alumni Impact Award (AIA). The AIA recognizes exceptional contributions made...
01-23-2018 posted by Acypl
Spring 2018 Interns!
Spring 2018 Interns!
The American Council of Young Political Leaders, a small 501c3 organization, seeks applications for full or part-time interns.   The American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL) is...
11-29-2017 posted by Acypl
From Johor, the Home of the Southern Tigers to Chicago, the City of Cubs
From Johor, the Home of the Southern Tigers to Chicago, the City of Cubs
From Johor; the Home of the Southern Tigers to Chicago; the City of Cubs Reflections on my fellowship experience at the John Marshall Law School, Chicago. In April...
08-07-2017 posted by Acypl
[US to Brazil ’17] Tim Shaw: “Brazil is a critical country”
[US to Brazil ’17] Tim Shaw: “Brazil is a critical country”
We had a terrific experience visiting Brazil! I learned if you took the 10 largest countries by population, the 10 largest countries by land area, and the 10...
04-14-2017 posted by Acypl
[Alumni Reflection] 	Carolina Basualdo: Panchos and Politics in DC and Colorado
[Alumni Reflection] Carolina Basualdo: Panchos and Politics in DC and Colorado
I traveled to USA in 2014 six colleagues from Argentina, all invited by ACPYL and Fundacion Universitaria Rio de la Plata (FURP). We participated in a program that...
02-16-2017 posted by Acypl
[Alumni Reflection] Alena Popova: “I have used many techniques that I saw in US”
[Alumni Reflection] Alena Popova: “I have used many techniques that I saw in US”
I know about elections firsthand. At the time of the 2012 Elections Exchange program, I already had taken part as a candidate in the 2011 Russian Parliamentary elections....
11-03-2016 posted by Acypl
[Alumni Reflection] Colmon Elridge: “I left a chunk of my heart with the people of Tunisia”
[Alumni Reflection] Colmon Elridge: “I left a chunk of my heart with the people of Tunisia”
As a kid who grew up in rural Kentucky, sometimes homeless and consistently poor, I never thought I would have the opportunity to travel within the United States,...
05-17-2016 posted by Acypl
[Alumni Reflection] Holly Chisa: Ancient Country at a Modern Crossroads
[Alumni Reflection] Holly Chisa: Ancient Country at a Modern Crossroads
The moment I knew we were somewhere different came at dinner about a week into our exchange.  We were eating in a small room in the back of...
05-17-2016 posted by Acypl
[Alumni Reflection] Katie Loovis: “Your head might hurt, but your heart will be full”
[Alumni Reflection] Katie Loovis: “Your head might hurt, but your heart will be full”
  Complex. That’s how I often describe Israel and the West Bank. There are religious, political, economic, geographic, cultural, and social layers that make me believe this is...
05-09-2016 posted by Acypl
[Alumni Reflection] Clay Middleton: “Building tolerance and increasing understanding”
[Alumni Reflection] Clay Middleton: “Building tolerance and increasing understanding”
  Being selected as a delegate to the West Bank and Israel in 2012 with the ACYPL provided me with great exposure to a culture and perspective that...
05-03-2016 posted by Acypl

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Professional Fellows Program Alumni Impact Award 2018

The U.S. Department of State is pleased to announce applications are open for the 2018 Professional Fellows Program Alumni Impact Award (AIA). The AIA recognizes exceptional contributions made...

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Spring 2018 Interns!

The American Council of Young Political Leaders, a small 501c3 organization, seeks applications for full or part-time interns.   The American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL) is...

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From Johor, the Home of the Southern Tigers to Chicago, the City of Cubs

From Johor; the Home of the Southern Tigers to Chicago; the City of Cubs Reflections on my fellowship experience at the John Marshall Law School, Chicago. In April...

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[US to Brazil ’17] Tim Shaw: “Brazil is a critical country”

We had a terrific experience visiting Brazil! I learned if you took the 10 largest countries by population, the 10 largest countries by land area, and the 10...

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