AIPAC offers various conferences, internships, and more year-round

AIPAC believes the key to securing the U.S.-Israel alliance in the future is to educate student leaders today. AIPAC’s Leadership Development Department empowers students to be confident advocates for Israel–both on campus and beyond.

Working with high school, undergraduate, and graduate students, as well as young professionals, AIPAC’s training programs teach students how to strengthen the U.S.-Israel relationship through political involvement. On campuses across America–from Ivy League universities, to small liberal arts colleges, to Historically Black and Christian schools–AIPAC gives students the tools to find their voices in support of a strong U.S.-Israel relationship. Navigate the fields below to learn more about AIPAC on Campus, how you can get involved and how you can strengthen the U.S.-Israel relationship.

Visit www.aipac.org/connect/students for more information.


About AIPAC

AIPAC: The American Israel Public Affairs Committee

AIPAC is a 100,000-member grassroots movement of activists committed to ensuring Israel’s security and protecting American interests in the Middle East and around the world. AIPAC’s priority is to ensure that both America and Israel remain strong and that they collaborate closely together.

Described by The New York Times as “the most important organization affecting America’s relationship with Israel,” AIPAC advocates for U.S. cooperation with Israel on a wide range of issues. From promoting peace between Israel and its neighbors to facilitating U.S.-Israel exchanges of expertise and equipment for homeland security, defense and counterterrorism to collaborating on technology, science and agricultural products, AIPAC is there to encourage the close working relationship between the countries.

AIPAC is registered as a domestic lobby and supported financially by private donations. The organization receives no financial assistance from Israel, from any national organization or any foreign group. AIPAC is not a political action committee and it does not rate, endorse or contribute to candidates.

For more information about AIPAC, visit www.aipac.org.