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In Summer 2017, the Tikvah Fund is offering an intensive, seven-week, (June 15 – August 3, 2017), fellowship for college students living in America, Canada, and throughout the Diaspora. Led by preeminent professors, rabbis, educators, and intellectual and political leaders, the Tikvah Summer Fellowship for College Students will explore foundational Jewish teaching, including biblical and rabbinic texts, the lessons of Jewish history, the insights of modern Jewish thought, and the vibrant interplay between Jewish and Western ideas.
Updated: Dec. 08, 2016
The Repair the World Fellowship is an 11-month opportunity for young adults ages 21 to 26 to engage and challenge the Jewish community to address social justice issues through meaningful volunteering. Fellows will recruit, train, and serve alongside volunteers to bring about real community change around education justice and food justice. The Fellowship takes place in Detroit, New York City, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh. Repair the World will provide training, a living stipend, communal housing, and other perks. The 2017-2018 Fellowship will take place from August 14, 2017 through July 12, 2018.
Updated: Nov. 09, 2016
The Bronfman Fellowship is a fully-funded Fellowship available to outstanding Jewish students of all backgrounds who are in their junior year of high school. The program seeks intellectually curious and mature applicants with a strong character. The purpose of the Bronfman Fellowship is to invest in a cohort of bright young Jews who will be leaders of tomorrow in all areas of Jewish and public life.Included are an all-expense paid five-week (June 27 - August 3 2017), trip to Israel and two seminars in New York City where Fellows explore Jewish identity, Jewish ideas, and connect to other young Jews from both Israel and America. No Jewish educational background is required for eligibility. Fellows who are religiously observant as well as those only marginally affiliated with Judaism are selected. The Fellowships are awarded competitively to twenty-six individuals who will be entering twelfth grade in the fall of 2017. Fellowship awards are based on merit.
Updated: Nov. 02, 2016
The Yiddish Book Center is now accepting applications for the 2017–18 Fellowship Program. The Yiddish Book Center Fellowship Program offers recent college graduates a yearlong professional experience in Yiddish language and Jewish cultural work. Fellows spend a year as full-time staff members, learning valuable professional skills and contributing to the Center’s major projects, working closely with colleagues and supervisors.
Updated: Nov. 02, 2016
The Jewish Education Innovation Challenge announced today that is has launched a new initiative aimed at revitalizing Jewish day schools through reintroducing the dynamic of beneficent experimentation. For the first time, HaKaveret: JEIC Team Challenge will convene a group of talented, creative and motivated individuals from around the country to form an innovation design team with a focus on creating a new vision in Jewish education. The inaugural team will consist of ten carefully selected Designers from a variety of backgrounds related to education, Judaism or psychology. The diversity of experience in this collaborative effort will help foster creative thinking and influence change.
Updated: Oct. 10, 2016
The Masa Israel Teaching Fellows program is a partnership between Masa Israel Journey, Israel’s Ministry of Education, and The Jewish Agency for Israel. The prestigious fellowship provides young Jews from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand with a 10-month experience living in Israel and volunteering through teaching English in schools. The program aims to close the educational achievement gap in Israel’s education system through small group instruction and tutoring at schools identified as in need of additional assistance by the Israeli Ministry of Education. The Fellowship runs from late August to June. College graduates ages 21 to 30 who are interested in teaching English to Israeli children are invited to apply to participate in the 2017-2018 class of Masa Israel Teaching Fellows.
Updated: Oct. 10, 2016
Gratz College Announces Graduate Fellowships in Jewish Education, Jewish Communal Service and Nonprofit Management
Gratz College is currently accepting applications for the M.A. in Jewish Education, M.A. in Jewish Communal Service and the M.S. in Nonprofit Management. This is the 4th cohort of the successful Gratz College Midcareer Fellowship program which was first launched in 2013. The graduate degrees in Jewish Education, Jewish Communal Service and Nonprofit Management support greater job competency, increased marketability and more diversified skills for Jewish organizational administrators, Hillel staffers, youth group directors, day and supplementary school educators and professionals working in Jewish organizations.
Updated: Jun. 08, 2016
The Shoolman School of Graduate Jewish Education at Hebrew College Opens Registration for its Midcareer Fellowship Program
The Shoolman School of Graduate Jewish Education at Hebrew College is excited to announce that for the fourth year running, it has received a generous grant to continue funding its Midcareer Fellowship program. The Midcareer Fellowship, which currently serves 45 students, is for new students who enroll in the Master of Jewish Education program and commit to earning 12 credits a year over the course of three years. Fellows receive an annual financial-aid award of up to 65 percent. (Application review begins May 15, 2016, with a priority deadline of March 2.)
Updated: Mar. 06, 2016
At Kevah, we have years of experience running adult learning groups nationally, and we have developed a unique model that sees the educator as not just a content expert, but as a skilled facilitator who helps to create a “group chavruta'. Transform the way you teach Jewish texts at the Kevah Teaching Fellowship! May 31 through June 14, 2016 in Berkeley, CA.
Updated: Jan. 10, 2016
Education students are challenged to read, investigate, study, think, and plan. But what makes education vibrant, dynamic and personal is the infusion of the study with creativity - blending the thinking with dreaming and the planning with cultural inquiry and exploration. With this in mind and generous support from the Covenant Foundation, the Graduate Center for Education created Dream Lab, a think tank of artists and educators developing a programmatic vision for infusing the field of Jewish education with creativity through the arts. Our goal is to prepare the field to meet The Creativity Imperative through professional training and support for artists who want to serve as educators and rethinking conventional modes of teaching and learning that dominate the landscape.
Updated: Jan. 06, 2016