Ivy Policy Conference

The Ivy Policy Conference (Spring 2015) will be held at Brown University from April 10 through April 12. Any Ivy League student is eligible to participate in the conference. Applications due before March 20.

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Ivy-China Winter 2014

Several students from across the 8 Ivy League Schools participated in the Ivy-China exchange program, held from December 27, 2014 to January 3, 2015. They traveled through cities in China, including Beijing, Shanghai, and the Forbidden City. The trip included meetings with government officials, company visits, cultural activities, sightseeing, visits to rural areas and communities, and exchanges with Chinese students. It really was a once in a lifetime opportunity.

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Ivy Council Delegates Return from Russia, International Youth Forum Seliger 2013

This July, 3 Ivy Council Delegates participated in the International Youth Forum Seliger 2013. Read about their trip here.

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Ivy Council Delegation Returns from 2013 Wuhan International Exchange Camp

This July, five students representing the Ivy League participated in the Fourth Annual Wuhan International Exchange Camps. To read about their trip, click below.

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The Ivy Council is a not-for-profit organization comprised of student government leaders, student organization leaders, and students at large from the colleges and universities of the Ivy League. The Council was established in 1993 by members of the Ivy League student governments in order to facilitate effective communication between the student governments of their respective institutions and to provide a unified voice for the Ivy League student governments. Since then, the Ivy Council has expanded the scope of its activity both nationally and internationally with programs such as the Ivy Leadership Summit and student-exchange opportunities in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.

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