Tikvah Fellowships

Tikvah Fellowships

The Tikvah Fellowship: A year long program in New York City that combines intensive study with work experiences in the Jewish world. Begins Fall 2012. Applicants must already have completed an undergraduate degree. Fellows receive a stipend for the year of between $30,000 and $75,000 depending on age, experience, and financial need. Please find more details on our website: tikvahfellowship.org. Application deadline is Feb. 15.

Jewish Thought and Enduring Human Questions: A two and a half week program for undergraduates at Princeton University (July 22-Aug 8), focusing on classic Jewish and Western texts and the contemporary situation of the Jewish people. World class faculty, led by Academic Director Leora Batnitzky. Stipend = $1000. Accepted students can receive a scholarship to study Hebrew for 4 weeks at Middlebury Language Schools before the program begins. Please find more details on our website: princeton.edu/tikvah/summer. Application deadline is Mar. 1.

Tikvah Israel Fellows at Ein Prat Academy: A five week course of study on Zionism and political thought in Israel for students and others between the ages of 20-29 (June 18 – July 24). Academic Director: Dr. Micah Goodman. Stipend = $2000 and travel and living expenses are covered. Please find more details on our website: tikvahisraelfellows.org. Application deadline is Feb. 15.


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