• Brazil Fellows to US
    February 17 - 27
  • Technology and Political Engagement                                                   [El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua]
    March 1 - 11
  • Professional Fellows Program #1                                               [Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand]
    April 23 - June 3
    The YSEALI Professional Fellows Program is an intensive 6-week exchange for political professionals from Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand. Following an orientation in Washington, DC, participants will  travel to another state to participate in three-week intensive internships in an office with day-to-day mentoring and guidance from an ACYPL alumnus with the goal of strengthening their understanding of American governance, politics, and the legislative process. At the conclusion of the program, all fellows will return to Washington for a 3-day Congress where they will share their experiences with other international fellows from around the world.

    Schedule
  • US to Israel and Palestinian Territories
    May 12 - 24
  • US to Morocco and Tunisia
    May 19 - 29
  • Professional Fellows Congress
    May 30 - June 3
    In partnership with the US State Department, ACYPL’s Professional Fellows Congress welcomes over 200 international professionals and emerging leaders from 45 countries and territories to Washington, DC for a three-day conference event. The congress marks the completion of five to six-week fellowship programs, implemented by fourteen organizations across the US, where participants work in the areas of entrepreneurship, NGO-development and legislative process and governance. During the three-day conference, fellows will participate in workshops and networking events to broaden their professional expertise and share action plans for projects to be implemented upon returning home. The congress provides an opportunity for fellows to share insight, knowledge, and solutions to challenges they may face in their communities.
  • Cuba to US
    June 19 - 26
  • China to US
    July 9 - 22
  • Hungary and Croatia to US
    July 10 - 20
  • Vietnam to US
    August 1 - 11
  • US to China and Taiwan
    August 10 - 25
  • Model American Congress
    September 5 - 18
    With generous support from the US Embassy in Cairo, ACYPL will host 8 Egyptian students who have been studying the US Congress at university to Washington, DC for two weeks. The first week will be an overview of the current political climate, including the 2016 election, and in the second week students will intern in a US Senate office.

    Schedule
  • US to Northern Ireland
    September 8 - 17
  • Japan to US
    September 11 - 23
  • US to Russia
    October 6 - 18
  • Professional Fellows Program #2                                               [Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand]
    October 8 - November 18
    The YSEALI Professional Fellows Program is an intensive 6-week exchange for political professionals from Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, and Thailand. Following an orientation in Washington, DC, participants will travel to another state to participate in three-week intensive internships in an office with day-to-day mentoring and guidance from an ACYPL alumnus with the goal of strengthening their understanding of American governance, politics, and the legislative process. At the conclusion of the program, all fellows will return to Washington for a 3-day Congress where they will share their experiences with other international fellows from around the world.
  • US Elections Exchange—India and Pakistan
    October 31 - November 10
  • US Elections Exchange—Namibia, Botswana, and South Africa
    October 31 - November 10
  • US Elections Exchange—Turkey
    October 31 - November 10
  • US to New Zealand
    November 9 - 22
  • Professional Fellows Congress
    November 14 - 18
    In partnership with the US State Department, ACYPL’s Professional Fellows Congress welcomes over 200 international professionals and emerging leaders from 45 countries and territories to Washington, DC for a three-day conference event. The congress marks the completion of five to six-week fellowship programs, implemented by fourteen organizations across the US, where participants work in the areas of entrepreneurship, NGO-development and legislative process and governance. During the three-day conference, fellows will participate in workshops and networking events to broaden their professional expertise and share action plans for projects to be implemented upon returning home. The congress provides an opportunity for fellows to share insight, knowledge, and solutions to challenges they may face in their communities.
  • US to Japan
    November 30 - December 15
  • US to the Philippines and Myanmar
    December 7 - 22