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

by | Jul 9, 2011

By Megan McCrum, NRL Academy Program Director

Some NRL Academy students at the NRL Convention June 23-25 in Jacksonville, FL

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 students the opportunity to work with the seasoned professionals at NRL. This year there are 9 interns and 11 Academy students working in the NRL office.

On Thursday students in the National Right to Life Academy learned how to make the case for how America can afford healthcare without rationing. NRL’s position here is nothing new.

But in case you missed it before and you wish you had the opportunity to be a student in the NRL Academy, you can watch the webinar here or read the fact sheet prepared by NRL’s Robert Powell Center for Medical Ethics.

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