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For one month in the summer of 2013 (June23 – July 21), a select group of students and young professionals from the U.S., Canada and Israel will explore together the Jewish roots of Zionist thought, the founding visions of Zionism, and the history of Israel’s leading statesmen and their decisions that shaped the Israeli State at the Tikvah Institute on Zionist Thought and Statesmanship at the Ein Prat Academy of Leadership outside of Jerusalem.
Updated: Nov. 14, 2012
The Tikvah Fund is pleased to announce that they are now accepting applications for the 3rd cycle of the Tikvah Israel Seminars for Post-High School Students. The program, which includes 30 participants from various yeshivot and seminaries, provides a forum for interdisciplinary study and thoughtful discussion on the philosophical challenges and practical dilemmas facing contemporary Judaism.
Updated: Sep. 13, 2012
Applications are being accepted for an intensive three-week seminar on “Jewish Thought and the Good Society: Politics, Economics and the Human Person,” which will be held from June 25 - July 12, 2012 at Yale University in New Haven, CT. The seminar is designed to explore ideas of the most important classical and modern thinkers, Jewish and Western, on the subjects of authority, virtue, justice, freedom, membership, and a just and humane political economy. The program is open to current high school juniors, high school seniors, and recent graduates of Jewish day schools in North America.
Updated: Apr. 03, 2012
The Tikvah Fellowship is a paid one-year program for exceptional individuals interested in the political, religious, and intellectual future of the Jewish people. The fellowship is based in New York City, and each fellow receives a stipend of between $30,000 and $75,000, depending on age, experience, and financial need. The fellowship is open to anyone with a completed undergraduate degree – including applicants with professional experience and graduate degrees.
Updated: Nov. 02, 2011