AJC’s Goldman Fellowship Program is designed to develop future leaders in the areas of international and domestic politics, diplomacy, public relations, and management. This competitive Fellowship gives undergraduate and graduate students the unique opportunity to work in offices domestically and throughout the world – from New York City to Melbourne, Australia. Fellows work closely with supervisors in a mentor relationship with senior AJC personnel to learn about strategy, advocacy, and the development and implementation of programming. Fellows may also spend part of their time developing an independent project with the AJC office to which they are assigned.
American Jewish World Service
American Jewish World Service (AJWS) is an international development organization motivated by Judaism’s imperative to pursue justice. AJWS is dedicated to alleviating poverty, hunger and disease among the people of the developing world regardless of race, religion or nationality.
AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps strengthens the Jewish community’s fight against the causes and effects of poverty in the United States by engaging participants in service and community building that inspire them to become lifelong agents for social change whose work for justice is rooted in and nourished by Jewish values.
CJPAC (Canadian Jewish Political Affairs Committee) offers a year-long Fellowship program, an opportunity that will allow politically interested and active students to engage further in Canadian politics at an intense level. They will have unique opportunities to meet with Members of Parliament and senior political strategists throughout the year. The Fellowship program includes a trip to Ottawa to attend a national political conference with advanced campaign training exclusively for CJPAC Fellows. Contact Sara Lefton.
Israel Ministry of Foreign Relations Cultural and Scientific Relations Division Scholarships
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Israel Project Media Fellowships in Journalism, Strategic Communication and Israel Advocacy
The Israel Project is a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization that works to strengthen Israel’s image in the media. The Israel Project is offering a high-powered fellowship opportunity for some of the world’s best and brightest college and graduate school students; graduates in journalism, communications, marketing or public relations programs; and those beginning their careers in journalism or Israel advocacy.
Joint Distribution Committee / Jewish Service Corps
JDC’s Jewish Service programs offer young Jews the opportunity to directly engage with the work of the largest Jewish humanitarian aid organization in the world. Through meaningful volunteer projects directly connected to JDC’s global programs, participants meet real needs and gain an understanding of pressing Jewish and humanitarian challenges worldwide. JDC offers different service opportunities-from yearlong placements and 8-10 week opportunities to weeklong trips for undergraduate students, graduate students, and professionals.
Faith Acts Fellowship
The Faiths Act Fellowship is a year-long, paid international Fellowship that brings together exceptional future leaders aged 20-27, inspired by faith to serve as interfaith ambassadors for the United Nation’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Faiths Act Fellows build partnerships across faith lines in their home countries to show the world how faith can be a positive global force in the 21st century. Faiths Act Fellows work in local NGOs to mobilize communities to take part in MDG-focused, multi-faith action. Fellows receive a stipend and health benefits throughout the Fellowship year. The Faiths Act Fellowship is a program of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation in collaboration with Interfaith Youth Core.
UN Watch is a non-governmental organization based in Geneva whose mandate is to monitor the performance of the United Nations by the yardstick of its own Charter.
Uri L’Tzedek University Fellowship
Uri L’Tzedek is an Orthodox social justice organization guided by Torah values and dedicated to combating suffering and oppression. The University Fellowship provides 10 students with the mentorship and tools to develop a project that creates social change on their campus and brings social justice to the forefront of their community’s consciousness! Highlights of the Fellowship include: A shabbaton to network with student social justice leaders from across the country; Monthly dialogues and learning opportunities with fellows and Uri L’Tzedek leaders about social justice and social entrepreneurship; Possible Workshops on your campus with Uri L’Tzedek leaders; Ongoing mentorship, leadership development, guidance and support to help you implement your project and achieve your goals. Contact Shoshie Sprague.