Looking for pro-life college student leaders!

Time is ticking away to the March 15 deadline for applications to the 2012 National Right to Life Academy! The Academy is looking for dynamic pro-life college student leaders who want to continue their leadership in the pro-life movement through college and beyond. The program runs June 24- July 27 in Washington D.C. Visit our …

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Pro-Life Perspective: Working for Life– The NRLC Internship Program & The NRLC Academy

By Dave Andrusko As a parent of four now grown children, I remember January and February as the months I encouraged my kids to look for summer opportunities to further their education and their pro-life convictions. If you have college-age children or know of young people investigating how to productively use their summers, go no …

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Young People Changing the World for Life

  At National Right to Life, we don’t just talk about the issues, we’re all about ACTION! So when we graduated 11 outstanding young people from the National Right to Life Academy last summer, we knew they’d go out there and change the world with their activism for the lives of unborn babies! And we …

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“I Am So Hopeful”: Pro-Life Education, Making a Difference Today

By Megan McCrum, National Right to Life Academy Program Director Summer 2011 marked the fifth session of the National Right to Life Academy, a five-week intensive summer course on pro-life issues for college student leaders. Over the course of the program, students study and internalize well-supported rebuttals to the constantly recycled pro-abortion arguments, and are …

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Vessels of Truth

By Megan McCrum, Academy Program Director The graduation of the 2011 class of the National Right to Life Academy marked the completion of the fifth year of NRL’s unique educational program for pro-life college student leaders. The graduation ceremony celebrated the hard work our students had put in over the course of the intensive six-week …

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NRL students: In it for the long haul

By Megan McCrum, Academy Program Director As the National Right to Life Academy and NRL internship programs wind to a close, students enjoyed a special treat late last week. Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ), co-chair of the Bipartisan House Pro-Life Caucus, took NRL students on to the floor of the House in the early morning hours …

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“We’re all just grown-up embryos”

By Megan McCrum, Academy Program Director This week the National Right to Life Academy enjoyed guest lectures by Dr. David Prentice, Senior Fellow for Life Sciences at the Family Research Council. Dr. Prentice refuted the misplaced hype surrounding embryo-destructive stem cell research and shared with the students the real (and numerous) success stories of treatments …

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ObamaCare Rationing 101, a’la NRL Academy

By Megan McCrum   Editor’s note. Megan McCrum is the director of the NRL Academy and has graciously agreed to post periodic updates of the students’ academic adventures. The NRL Academy is a 6-week summer education program that equips pro-life college student leaders with the tools & training to be even more effective in their …

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End-of-the-week bulletin from the college crowd

By Megan McCrum, NRL Academy Program Director These days the National Right to Life office, located in hot and humid Washington DC, is overflowing with college students participating in our internship and NRL Academy programs.  The NRL Academy is a six-week intensive course in pro-life issues for college students, while our internship program offers college …

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