A three-day summit to New York City for members of IPF Atid Steering Committees.

Coming together with Atidniks from across the country, you will spend 3 days planning programming for your chapters, learning with IPF policy experts, meeting with key communal leaders, and strategizing how we can best achieve our goal of a Jewish, democratic, and secure Israel in the year to come.


Summit Features:

  • Intimate briefings and meetings with Israel Policy Forum’s Policy and Research teams
  • Networking opportunities with Israel Policy Forum board members and IPF Atid NY community
  • Key meetings with local diplomats and policy experts
  • A ticket to Israel Policy Forum’s annual event honoring outgoing board chair Susie Gelman on May 17

Who can apply?

Young professionals (ages 21-39) from across North America who are IPF Atid Steering Committee Members are encouraged to apply.

Do I need to already be involved as a leader with Israel Policy Forum and IPF Atid to be considered?

Yes, this summit is reserved for IPF Atid Steering Committee Members.

I’d like to attend but would need to join late or leave early. Am I still eligible?

Summit participants must be able to commit to the entire itinerary.

How much does the summit cost?

Hotel rooms for two nights and most meals will be covered by IPF Atid. Flights will be the responsibility of each individual Atidnik. If cost is a barrier to your attendance please reach out to IPF Atid Director Shanie Reichman at sreichman@ipforum.org.

Are students eligible to apply?

The delegation is intended for young professionals active with IPF Atid and who have completed their undergraduate studies as of June 2022. Graduate students are encouraged to apply.

For additional questions not answered above, please email IPF Atid National Director Shanie Reichman at sreichman@ipforum.org