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The Szarvas Fellowships is an incredible opportunity to attend the world’s largest international Jewish camp in Szarvas, Hungary with a pluralistic group of teens from across the United States and Canada. Every year, thousands of campers from over 25 countries attend Camp Szarvas , learning together the many different ways Jews around the world live out their Judaism. The Szarvas Fellowships encourage meaningful interactions and mutual understanding between youth from around the world. The North American Szarvas Fellows arrive on equal footing with their peers from different countries, ready to learn from and share with one another. By joining together in classic summer camp activities, participants are able to get to know one another in a relaxed, fun, environment.
Updated: Dec. 30, 2015
Every year, twenty-six outstanding North American teenagers are selected as Bronfman Fellows. The highlight of the Fellowship is a five week, all expense-paid Summer Fellowship in Israel. Fellows engage in thought provoking study and conversation and make lifelong friends. Our high-caliber educators focus on teaching a broad range of traditional and contemporary Jewish texts at a university level.
Updated: Dec. 22, 2015
Applications are being accepted for the Summer Institute for Israel Studies, taking place at Brandeis University June 14 - 26 and in Israel June 27-July 6, 2016. Faculty in the Humanities and Social Sciences who plan to teach a course on modern Israel are eligible to apply. The Summer Institute for Israel Studies has trained 250 college and university faculty members to develop courses in Israel Studies. Recent participants teach history, international relations, film, Jewish studies, religion, law, anthropology, linguistics, and security studies. Competitive fellowships are open to faculty members in the humanities and social sciences. Applications are due January 20, 2016.
Updated: Dec. 02, 2015
Masa Israel Teaching Fellows is a 10-month fellowship for college graduates aged 21 to 30—and it's your path to the experience of a lifetime. Boost your resume by developing leadership skills and gaining international experience. Immerse yourself in Israeli society and become an integral member of the city in which you live, teach and volunteer. The cost? Just $1,000 covers your flight, housing, monthly cash stipend and amenities. Masa Israel Teaching Fellows is a partnership of Masa Israel Journey, Israel’s Ministry of Education, and The Jewish Agency for Israel. Created to address the achievement gap in Israel’s public education system, the program invites talented, English-speaking college graduates to Israel as English teachers’ aides. It’s a challenging, rewarding experience for our Teaching Fellows, and a vital investment in Israel’s future.
Updated: Oct. 07, 2015
Gratz College Announces 3rd Cohort in Master’s Fellowships in Jewish Education, Nonprofit Management and Jewish Communal Service
Gratz College is delighted to announce the creation of 14 new fellowships: seven for the M.A. in Jewish Education and seven for the M.S. in Nonprofit Management for Faith-based Organizations and the M.A. in Jewish Communal Service. This is the third cohort of the successful Gratz College Midcareer Fellowship program which was first launched in 2013.
Updated: Jul. 30, 2015
Hebrew College’s Shoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education is now accepting applications for generous MJEd fellowships beginning this fall. The 36 credit MJEd can be completed entirely online or in conjunction with on-campus coursework. Fellows receive an annual financial-aid award of up to 65 percent. Recipients must complete 12 credits per year for three years, for a total of 36 credits. To qualify, submit your application by June 26, 2015.
Updated: Jun. 10, 2015
Mechon Hadar is opening its doors to high school students! In this five-week program (June 28 - August 2, 2015), a select group of high school students (graduating High School in 2015 or 2016), will join the larger Yeshivat Hadar beit midrash in creating passionate and meaningful Jewish community during our summer session. Over the course of five weeks, students will learn, sing, daven, and spend Shabbat together. They will form close relationships based on openness and give-and-take with Jewish texts, their teachers, and each other.
Updated: Apr. 20, 2015
The polls in Israel have closed. The election results are pouring in. Politicians and pundits are scrambling to make sense of the will of the Israeli people. And those who work on the front lines of teaching American Jews about Israel are scrambling to make sense of how to teach and talk about the elections. The recent elections – and other headlines from Israel – can seem daunting if we approach them as stand-alone events. Instead, they must become part of a larger framework of teaching and talking about Israel. Such an approach makes room for issues of immediate relevance by approaching them as part of an overall framework.
Updated: Apr. 02, 2015
The Brandeis University Teacher Leader Fellowship for Jewish day school teachers is a unique educational opportunity for exceptional educators at Jewish day schools who want to become effective teacher leaders without having to give up classroom teaching. Fellows will join talented and experienced teachers from a variety of school settings in a 13-month course of study (equivalent to the Advanced Graduate Study (AGS) in Teacher Leadership) that includes some elements designed exclusively for teachers in Jewish day schools.
Updated: Mar. 04, 2015
The JCPA Leadership Program in Arab-Israel Studies is a high level, advanced academic program designed for the elite college bound student interested in the various issues surrounding the Israel-Arab conflict. It provides an intensive, demanding and often emotional immersion into the historical, cultural and political aspects of the Middle East from a variety of experts. Throughout the year, students visit important sites in the area and meet with individuals and groups that are active in Israel-Arab affairs. Our goal is to educate young men and women in the Jewish community who will work as informed activists and campus leaders to provide programming directed at specific groups and consistent with the goals of the program.
Updated: Feb. 19, 2015