AIPAC 2020 Policy Conference- USY delegates application

Dear USYers,

Each year, AIPAC holds its international Policy Conference, and once again we will send a USY delegation to the conference. The conference is a celebration of the U.S.-Israel partnership and the premier opportunity for every attendee to lobby their Congressional office to advance the U.S.-Israel relationship. The Policy Conference is also a rich educational experience and inspirational booster shot. To read more:

USYers who attend the conference should be politically inclined and engaged teens who have a serious interest in learning more about the U.S.-Israel relationship, are interested in building genuine relationships with their members of congress and are committed to remaining involved in pro-Israel work within USY and beyond it.  

Please note that we have a limited number of seats in our delegation and all delegates will be chosen based on their applications and references from their Branch Director.

The conference will begin on Sunday morning, March 1st and end on Tuesday, March 3rd, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. The cost of our discounted ticket to the Policy Conference is $200 (meals and travels are not included).

The application is open to all active USYers. If you are interested, please fill out the following form by January 31st.

If you are from the regions: Far West, Hagalil, HaNer or Seaboard you should contact your regional staff and apply on a different form.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Yoni Avitan at

Todah Rabah!

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USYer first name *
USYer last name *
USY Region *
USY Chapter *
Grade *
E-mail Address *
USYer Cell Phone Number *
Parent Name *
Parent E-mail *
Parent Cell Phone Number *
USY Office(s) held *
Why do you want to participate in the program? *
Have you participated in the past in any AIPAC event? *
Have you been to Israel? *
If answered Yes/this year- with who?
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