News Archive: 2010

Happy Hanukkah from LI

The lighting of the National Menorah took place last night outside the White House to kick off the beginning of the Hanukkah eight day holiday. The Leadership Institute wishes LI supporters, graduates and friends a very happy Festival of Lights.

Yesterday’s LI Monthly Breakfast Video Online—Featuring FreedomWorks Foundation President and CEO Matt Kibbe

FreedomWorks Foundation President and CEO Matt Kibbe came to speak at the Leadership Institute's Wednesday Wake-Up Club breakfast.  Watch the video.

UVA Student Overcomes Great Odds With Help from LI

University of Virginia student Wes Siler with the help of the Leadership Institute received university funding for their conservative student group after being denied funding from the students’ association and the university president.

Speaking in Public

Friday the Leadership Institute will teach individuals at the Arlington, VA headquarters how to be effective in public speaking.


Capitol Hill Staff Training School Tomorrow

The Leadership Institute's Capitol Hill Staff Training School which starts tomorrow night is for individuals looking for a job in Congress after the historic elections.

A Time of Thanks & Reflection

This Thanksgiving we stop working to reflect and give thanks with family and friends for the good blessings of the past year. Read on for a Thanksgiving history lesson and a Leadership Institute reflection.

Looking for an Internship that Offers Professional Political Experience? Look to LI

Applications for the Leadership Institute's Spring 2011 internship are being accepted through Monday, December 6.

LI Trains New Member of Parliament in Tanzania

Leadership Institute Graduate Amos Makalla won in Tanzania’s recent elections and is now a Member of Parliament. Read on for a personal testimony of how LI helped him win.

LI Employee of the Quarter Award Given for the Re-launch of

The Leadership Institute's Employee of the Quarter award goes to Meghann Olshefski for her crucial role in re-launching, the one-stop shop for conservative jobseekers and employers in the fields of public policy, government, media, business, or Capitol Hill.

Congress Met For the First Time in Washington, D.C. at the Capitol 210 Years Ago Today

Exactly 210 years ago—on November 17, 1800—Congress met for the first time in Washington, D.C., our current nation’s capitol city.

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