This fellowship has passed.
Get to know the 2014-2015 Rabbinical and Graduate Student Fellows! Read below to learn what these fellows are experiencing during their fellowship.
What: A fellowship designed to inspire and equip rabbinical and graduate students to become effective advocates for global justice. The fellowship includes an 8- to 10-day trip to Nicaragua and innovative trainings designed to develop skills in organizing and advocacy.
When: U.S. programming from October 2014 – June 2015; international travel from January 4-13, 2015.
Where: In addition to international travel to Nicaragua, meetings will take place in virtual learning sessions, in Washington D.C., and regionally (in New York or Los Angeles).
Who: Students pursuing graduate-level training leading to a career of religious or professional leadership in the Jewish community
Application Deadline: Applications are now closed.
Cost: $180 – $540 (sliding scale based on financial ability) plus cost of visas, vaccinations, medications and health/travel insurance
Scholar-in-residence: Rabbi Dr. Aryeh Cohen