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AIPAC Fellowship - Fundraiser

The AIPAC Fellows program is an innovative initiative offering recent college graduates (0 – 2 years) the opportunity to help build AIPAC’s base of committed pro-Israel advocates. AIPAC will select highly motivated fellows who will be tasked with meeting prospective AIPAC stakeholders in order to explain the value of AIPAC, convey the urgency of growing and strengthening the U.S.-Israel relationship, and solicit donations. Fellows will receive advanced solicitation training and deep insight into policy affecting the Middle East. Fellows work out of one of three regions across the country: Los Angeles, New York & Fort Lauderdale. Fellows will receive an annual salary package and benefits.

Skills

Upon the successful completion of AIPAC’s Fellow Training Program, Fellows will have the tools to be able to effectively:

Give presentations
Build relationships
Sell and solicit
Negotiate
Prospect
Meet sales goals
Think creatively to achieve goals
Be motivated and work independently

Duration full-time
Benefits
Ad Posted On 2019-11-04
Times this Ad has been viewed 441 times
Ad is posted for 150 days
Categories Fellowship
Focus Public Affairs, Fundraising
Organization Name AIPAC
Job Location Los Angeles, California
New York City, New York
United States
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Application Instructions
Applications will only be reviewed and considered when submitted through the AIPAC website. The formal job description and application can be found using the links below.
https://www.aipac.org/about-aipac2/aipac-fellows-program/aipac-fellows-job-description
https://aipacsurveys.wufoo.com/forms/s1hyj0311pxsi3r/


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