The American Leadership & Policy Foundation (ALPF) attended Missouri State Lincoln Days in force this weekend in St. Louis (February 26-28, 2016)! Each year, Missouri hosts a State Lincoln Days, where nearly 1,000 politically and civically engaged individuals gather to collaborate, discuss new ideas, and engage with political leaders at the local, state, and federal level.
With an important presidential election just months away, and leaders asking for unbiased facts and information, it is critical to get involved, engage, and debate, regardless of political affiliation. America’s future hangs in the balance and we believe America’s citizens are the key to restoration!
ALPF members in attendance included: Founder & Chairman David Stuckenberg and his wife Shannon and their children; Senior Fellow Dean Dohrman, Ph.D; Executive Board Member Violet Corbett; Deputy Director of Communications & Media and Jr. Fellow, Dylan R. Bryant; and Jacob Workman, Jr. Fellow.
During the weekend, ALPF contacted more than 500 citizens and leaders from across the heartland. Staff and interns also engaged with young civic leaders to inform them about scholarship and research opportunities available through the foundation. In 2015, the foundation launched the J.H. Meyer-Ronald Reagan Legacy in Leadership Scholarship. The $2,500.00 per year scholarship is awarded annually to interns and Jr. Fellows who demonstrate excellence in civic service and leadership. In 2016, ALPF will launch a second scholarship for young leaders – the name will be formally announced in September.