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President Eric Schorr Wins Campus Advocate Award

Posted by Shapiro Ron on March 4, 2012 @ 9:19 pm

Eric Schorr - AIPAC Campus Advocate of the YearCongratulations to Eric Schorr, 2011-2012 LionPAC President, for winning AIPAC’s Campus Advocate of the Year Award at Policy Conference 2012!  Eric has been an integral piece of the LionPAC board for many years, serving as Director of Public Relations, Director of Political Affairs, Vice President, and now President. We thank him for his hard work during his four years at Columbia in both advocating for Israel and fostering new leaders within LionPAC.

Sincerely,

The LionPAC Board


Deadline Extended to Apply for LionPAC's AIPAC Policy Conference Scholarship Fund

Posted by michaelshapiro on March 22, 2011 @ 1:51 pm

Thanks to some last-minute additional support, we are excited to announce that we have a few more spots remaining at a heavily-subsidized rate to attend AIPAC’S annual Policy Conference in Washington D.C. Therefore, we are extending the application deadline to Friday, April 1. To apply, simply fill out the following form: http://bit.ly/PCSFApplication. Israeli Prime Minister is already confirmed to speak, and AIPAC expects a majority of the House of Representatives and Senate to be in attendance.

If you have any questions about Policy Conference or the fund, please e-mail lionpac@hillel.columbia.edu.


DEADLINE: AIPAC Policy Conference Scholarship Fund

Posted by michaelshapiro on March 14, 2011 @ 1:52 pm

Courtesy: AIPAC

LionPAC recently launched our AIPAC Policy Conference Scholarship Fund in order to offset the cost of sending YOU to AIPAC’s Policy Conference.  Policy Conference is the largest gathering of pro-Israel leaders in the country, bringing together policy makers (including more than half of the Senate and a third of the House of Representatives to name a few), community and student leaders, and more. Past speakers include Benjamin Netanyahu, Michael Oren, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Alan Dershowitz, and many more world leaders and experts. Prime Minister Netanyahu is already confirmed to speak at this year’s Policy Conference. The dates of this year’s Policy Conference is May 22-24 in Washington, D.C. For more information on the conference please see: http://www.aipac.org/pc/

To apply for subsidization you must apply here: http://bit.ly/PCSFApplication. All students will be eligible to apply and no prioritization will be given to LionPAC board members, our friends, etc. Therefore, I’d really like to encourage everyone to apply.

The deadline for applications is this Friday, March 18. If you have any questions at all please don’t hesitate to email lionpac@hillel.columbia.edu.


AIPAC Policy Conference Scholarship

Posted by Shapiro Ron on February 15, 2011 @ 5:53 pm

Barack Obama and AIPAC President Lee RosenbergLionPAC is extremely excited to announce the official launch of our AIPAC Policy Conference Scholarship Fund. Thanks to the generous support of outside donors, LionPAC will be offering financial scholarships to offset the conference cost for selected students who apply via the following link: http://bit.ly/PCSFApplication.

AIPAC’s annual Policy Conference is the largest gathering of pro-Israel leaders in the country, bringing together policy makers (including more than half of the Senate and a third of the House of Representatives to name a few), community and student leaders, and more. Policy Conference draws more than 6,000 activists representing all 50 states annually, with past keynote speakers including Benjamin Netanyahu, Michael Oren, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Alan Dershowitz, Tony Blair, Shimon Peres, Joe Biden, John Kerry, John McCain, and Nancy Pelosi. With hundreds of educational sessions and a plethora of speakers and experts from across the political spectrum, Policy Conference is the pinnacle of pro-Israel advocacy in the country. Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is already confirmed to speak at this year’s conference, which will take place on May 22-24 in Washington, D.C. For more information about the conference please see: http://www.aipac.org/pc/.

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