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ACCESS, AJC's New Generation Program, empowers Jewish young professionals to engage with today's critical domestic and international issues. At the nexus between the Jewish community and the world, ACCESS reaches out to diplomats, opinion makers and young leaders of diverse religious and ethnic backgrounds. We empower members to engage on Israel, Iran and the greater Middle East, and on challenges to civility, tolerance and democracy globally in a thoughtful and effective way.
AJC's Goldman Fellowship Program develops 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 throughout the world - from New York City to Melbourne, Australia. Fellows receive $3,000 for the 9-week program plus major travel expenses. The Program is made possible by a generous grant from The Joyce and Irving Goldman Family Foundation.
The Arava Institute for Environmental Studies (AIES) is the premier environmental education and research program in the Middle East, preparing future Arab and Jewish leaders to cooperatively solve the region's environmental challenges. Affiliated with Ben-Gurion University, AIES houses academic programs, research, and international cooperation initiatives on a range of environmental concerns and challenges.
BJEP (Boston-area Jewish Education Program) is an independent, unaffiliated Sunday school on the Brandeis campus, taught by university undergraduates actively participating in Jewish life. The school embraces Greater Boston families with kindergartners to seventh graders from all backgrounds interested in learning Hebrew and exploring Jewish traditions, values, and culture. Extended day programs are offered for students to learn Modern Hebrew, Jewish dance, and Jewish theater. In addition, adult learning, family education, High Holiday services, and Bar and Bat Mitzvah support are available.
JDC Entwine is a one-of-a-kind movement for young Jewish leaders, influencers, and advocates who seek to make a meaningful impact on global Jewish needs and international humanitarian issues. Through service experiences in Jewish communities around the world, educational events and programs in the United States and UK, and leadership development opportunities, Entwine offers college students and young professionals an avenue to see the world and make a difference. Entwine is an initiative of The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC).
The Israel Government Fellows Program (IGF) is a unique leadership program, where participants work in Israeli government ministries or organizations dealing with policy or diplomacy, attend seminars with leading figures in Israeli political and public life, travel throughout the country, receive Hebrew language instruction, and meet other young Jewish leaders from around the world. It is a ten month Fellowship and is available for aspiring Jewish leaders aged 22-30 with at least a bachelor’s degree. www.igf.org.il or email@example.com
JOIN for Justice is a national organization dedicated to training, supporting, and connecting Jewish organizers and their communities. JOIN for Justice responds to the escalating demand for skillful leaders who use organizing principles and practices to achieve positive social change. The Jewish Organizing Fellowship is a professional development opportunity for Jewish young adults (21-30) to become a full-time community organizer for a social justice organization, explore their Jewish identity together, and grow as leaders in pursuit of social justice. This highly competitive year-long paid fellowship is open to Jewish young adults who have campus or professional experience working for social justice and are interested in systemic change and community building.
The Pardes Center for Jewish Educators (PCJE) offers an array of programs in Israel and North America to train, support and inspire day school Jewish Studies teachers and experiential educators serving the wider Jewish community. For information about PCJE programs in Israel, contact firstname.lastname@example.org; for information about PCJE programs in North America, contact email@example.com.