Canadian Jewish Political Affairs Committee
Intern Blog: So Long For Now

Intern Blog: So Long For Now

Saying goodbye is never easy and, as I look around my desk here at CJPAC, I am stunned that the end of my time...

Intern Blog: ‘Relationships Matter’

If you ask me for one skill that isn’t taught in school that I think everyone should learn, I would say networking, hands down....

Intern Blog: Living in the Moment

So, I am currently completing my fifth of eight semesters at university and things are getting hectic before finals. I have a lot on...

Intern Blog: International Learning

When I was 15, I was chosen to take part in a Rotary Youth Exchange Student program and was placed in Rome, Italy, to...

Intern Blog: Time management and other tricks

Personally I have had a really hard time learning how to properly management my time, and prioritizing tasks. I want to get everything done...

Intern Blog: Where the ACTION was

I must admit,  I had never heard of the ACTION Party until I started at CJPAC in January, and I certainly had no idea...

Intern Blog: Engagement: The Political Edition

As a young person, I am frequently surprised by the level of engagement (or lack thereof) exhibited by my peers. Many of them do...

Intern Blog: Justice Studies

The longer I’ve been interning at CJPAC, the more times I’ve been asked how a degree in “Justice Studies” at the University of Guelph-Humber...

Intern Blog: Family Day / President’s Day

.                           Hello Everyone! For my American readers, Monday, February 18th was...

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...