Meet Our Alumni
For over ten years, AJWS service programs have sent individuals and groups to work in solidarity with local NGOs in Asia, Africa and the Americas. Following their programs, the 3,000+ members of the AJWS alumni community continue to make social change happen in a variety of ways reflective of their diverse passions and interests. We are proud to highlight just a few of these incredible individuals here:
We are pleased to spotlight members of our community who are alleviating hunger and advocating for food justice locally, nationally, and around the globe. These individuals are bringing diverse perspectives and creative expertise to developing community supported agriculture, national feeding programs, and other sustainable solutions to food insecurity.
Click on the interviews below to read more about their experiences and dedication to this important work:
Read more profiles in the Alumni Spotlight archive.
In Their Own Words
Learn how a trip to Mexico with AJWS is influencing a group of rabbis-in-training.
Alumni in the News
Hear what local media are saying about AJWS alumni.
Tell Congress to Pass IVAWA
Join AJWS in advocating for the passage of the International Violence Against Women Act, which supports innovative, cost-effective programs that have been shown to decrease violence against women and girls.