May 9, 2013 @ 8pm
STARLINK AVIATION, 9025, Ryan, Dorval, QC
A shift is taking place in Canadian politics. The next generation of political leaders is emerging, and CJPAC is working to ensure that our community is ready, willing and able to take up the challenge.
CJPAC Fellowship: Providing the brightest and most engaged Jewish and pro-Israel university students with top-tier political training and mentorship.
National Young Leadership Israel Advocacy (YLIA): In partnership with UIA Federations Canada and CIJA, we are educating the next generation of community leaders about their role in the political process.
CJPAC Generation: Student Leaders: Designed to provide motivated, passionate and politically interested high-school students with the tools and resources to become active political citizens.
Given our communal history and the growing challenges we face, CJPAC knows that direct political participation is the most effective way of protecting our shared values.
ItsUp2You.ca: Sometimes politics appears daunting. That is why we have developed ItsUp2You.ca – to make getting politically engaged easy.
ACTION Leadership & Parties: Every year we attract over 1500 young professionals to our ACTION programming, providing them with a chance to get to know elected officials – often for the first time.
Outreach: Every community & demographic has different needs. That’s why CJPAC has national and regional outreach professionals running a full gamut of customizable programming, building a base of activism within our community.
In a democracy, there is nothing more important than connecting with our representatives. CJPAC is ensuring that our voice is heard by promoting and fostering individual personal relationships between our community and MPs.
Knowing where the stand – MP Statements: Words matter, and when Members of Parliament speak about our issues – positive or negative – we track and share their words with you.
Action Alerts: Together our voices are stronger. CJPAC empowers Canadians to contact key officials about the issues & events that most concern our community.
Volunteering: There is no more valuable gift for a politician than your time. CJPAC is empowering community members to make a direct impact by facilitating their volunteering efforts during and between elections.
At our core, CJPAC is a service for Canada’s Jewish and pro-Israel community. The successful promotion and protection of our shared values stems directly from the personal political engagement of grassroots Canadians like you!
Join Our Email List: Email is the primary way we keep our supporters informed of important issues, events and action alerts. You can opt out at any time.
Check Out ItsUp2You.ca: Our engagement portal has information and links about Canadian politics that will help you take the next step towards political involvement.
Donate: CJPAC is funded entirely through the generous donations of individuals like you, and needs your support to continue our work.
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