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Students have many options to plan ahead for prolife involvement in 2016!
Internships & Contests
1. The National Right to Life in Washington, DC, offers numerous internships. "Every summer approximately 10 interns are selected to serve in one of NRLC’s 14 departments. Interns quickly become part of the departmental staff and become invaluable to the day-to-day operations… and NRLC also provides the opportunity for law students to clerk under supervision of licensed attorneys in both the Medical Ethics and State Legislative Departments." Apply now!
2. The National Right to Life Academy invites college students to apply now to join the Summer 2016 five-week training course in Washington, DC.
3. Life News has announced a student internship program. "This spring, three internships will be available for students: staff writer, video producer, and Spanish translator. All three are telecommute positions that will allow students to work from campus. Any student interested in an internship position should submit the required writing or video samples along with a resume and cover letter to Micaiah Bilger. You also are welcome to contact her with questions.
4. Enter the KRLA student contests to become eligible to travel to the national contests that are held at the NRLC Convention, July 7-9 in 2016 in Herndon, Va., in the Washington, DC metro area. Learn more about the ESSAY, ORATORY, and VIDEO CONTESTS!
Looking ahead is the key to being where you want to be when the time comes.
It may seem that nothing has come of the Planned Parenthood videos exposing their trade in baby body parts. Let's all remember: It is up to pro-lifers to keep them on the hook. The U.S. House has voted to form an investigative panel to learn more about the undercover videos. Let your representative know you like this idea! Contact your Senator TODAY! This week the U.S. Senate has a unique opportunity to defund Planned Parenthood by 80% and repeal key parts of ObamaCare in a "Reconciliation Budget Bill."
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