We are excited to announce our dates for our winter session!
January 21-26, 2020.
What is Different about our Winter 2020 session?
Most of the content and speakers for our Winter 2020 session will remain the same. However, we will explore topics on politics, philosophy, and the economy, with a specific focus on building a “Culture of Life”.
The uniqueness of this session is that participants will have the incredible opportunity to be in the DC during one of the most important times of the year for the Pro-Life movement.
Thus, participants will have the option to participate in the March for Life, and a number of rallies and events held on Friday, January 24th, 2019. Last year, march attendees had the opportunity to listen directly from Vice President Michael Pence.
This session will have a limited number of spots, so we recommend interested individuals to apply as soon as possible.
What is the march for life?
The March for Life is the world’s largest pro-life movement held in Washington, DC, where people from all around the US and the world express their opposition to the supreme court decision that allowed for abortion to be legal.
How do I apply?
Our application process is very simple and similar to our regular In Altum program. Please start by submitting an application. After a review of which you will receive an invitation to interview.
A few days after your interview you should receive a notice of our final decision. We place equal importance over both: application and interview.
Ultimately, we look for candidates that show a strong commitment to their principles and a trajectory of excellence in their studies and profession.
how much are participants required to contribute financially?
Participants are required to cover the following:
Cost of airfare (from country of origin and back).
Program Fee: $169 (includes all meals, ground transportation, and program content)
Housing Fee: $240 (optional - participants are free to make their own housing arrangements)
We ask applicants to keep in mind that In Altum is a heavily subsidized program that is only made possible through the donations made by multiple individuals. Our Program Fee covers less than 20% of the actual conference costs.