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Tikvah Fund Fellowships and Summer ProgramsPosted Nov. 15, 2012
The Tikvah Fund offers year-long salaried fellowships that provide the opportunity to study with great figures in the worlds of Jewish and political thought and do meaningful professional work in areas like public policy, journalism, education, and religious and communal life. If you are post-college or mid-career, take a look at the Tikvah Fellowship. Fellowship awards range from $25,000 to $75,000.
The Tikvah Fund also sponsors outstanding summer programs that provide opportunities for students and young professionals to explore Jewish and Zionist ideas. The programs are housed at top universities and schools in the United States and Israel. Stipends and other types of aid are available.
Follow the links here to learn more about Tikvah programs exploring these topics:
- Jewish Thought and the Jewish Future: at Princeton University, for undergraduate and graduate students
- Zionist Thought and Statesmanship: in Israel, for participants aged 20-29
- Judaism and America: at Yale University and Yeshiva University, for high school upperclassmen
Article taken from Jewish Ideas Daily.