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Intern’s Blog

Intern Blog: Tolerance, Rights and Development

This weekend, a friend of mine invited me to take part in the 2013 International Development Conference held at U of T’s Scarborough Campus....

Intern Blog: The New Kid on the Block

CJPAC is thrilled to work with some of the best and brightest young student activists in the country. It is our pleasure to introduce...

Intern Blog: Swan Song

Saying goodbye is a difficult and yet inevitable part of life. As I “leave” CJPAC as an intern, I have the opportunity to reflect...

Intern Blog: Chanukah

Some call it eight crazy nights and others call it a festival of lights. Whatever you call it, Chanukah has arrived!  As we light...

Intern Blog: Multi-Partisanship

  I have never worked in politics before: which means I’m a rookie in every sense of the word. Consequently, until this point, newspapers,...

Intern Blog: Standing With Israel

*Editor’s Note: The views expressed in this article may not reflect CJPAC policies and are expressed as the individual thoughts of Graham Rotenberg.  ...

Intern Blog: The Fellowship Conference 2012 or ‘My week as a double agent’

It’s a Friday morning when Rachel and Mark ask me to join them in Mark’s office saying that they have something very serious to...

Intern Blog: My First Time (working on a campaign)

One morning, in the early fall, I woke up with a sense of nervous anticipation for the day ahead. I had no idea what...

Intern Blog: “Friends and Potential Friends” By Graham Rotenberg

At CJPAC, “field trips” and spontaneity are commonplace. Be it visiting venues for different events or all-staff renditions of “Gangnam Style”, CJPAC is always...

Intern Blog: From Backpack to Briefcase by Graham Rotenberg

Monday, September 6, 2012 probably isn’t a memorable day for many of you reading this blog post. However, for me, that day holds a...

Intern Blog

CJPAC is thrilled to work with some of the best and brightest young student activists in the country. It is our pleasure to introduce...