Israel Leadership Fellowships

Be an Israel Leadership Fellow!

Through our partnership organizations, USC Hillel is excited to offer a number of exciting fellowship opportunities to engage students in Israel education and advocacy.

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Applications Due: Monday, April 13th


The David Project

davidproject-logoThe David Project is an Israel advocacy organization that works to positively shape campus opinion on Israel.  The David Project Student Fellows engage peers at USC about Israel. Fellows work closely with the USC Hillel and The David Project staff in order to build relationships with other student groups, and broaden the conversation about Israel on campus.

http://www.davidproject.org/israel-fellows-application/


Hasbara Fellowships
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Hasbara Fellowships brings students to Israel every summer and winter, giving them the first hand experience and tools to return to their campuses as educators about Israel. Upon returning from the program, the Hasbara Fellows receive support from our staff, as well as access to various campaigns, programs, speakers and other materials and tools. Our goal is to build strong and well informed jewish leaders.

http://www.hasbarafellowships.org/homepage-v2/apply-for-israel-program/fellowship-application-2


Israel on Campus Coalition
Grinspoon Morningstar Fellowship

grinspoonfellowship-logoIsrael on Campus Coalition (ICC) is excited to announce the launch of its Grinspoon Morningstar Fellowship. An elite Israel advocacy experience, the Grinspoon Morningstar Fellowship offers college students the opportunity to make a profound impact on their campuses through coalition building, research, and civic engagement. In the last thirteen years, 527 students on 136 campuses have served as Grinspoon Morningstar Fellows. The battle for hearts and minds is being fought in the media and across international institutions, and now the fight has come to college campuses. ICC is looking for forward-thinking, innovative, creative undergraduates to fight Israel’s detractors on college campuses. For the 2015-2016 academic year, ICC will select 50 exceptional undergraduates to serve as Grinspoon Morningstar Fellows on campuses nationwide. Grinspoon Morningstar Fellows will receive year-round leadership and advocacy training, mentoring by ICC lay leaders and professional staff, and a stipend for their efforts to strengthen the pro-Israel movement on campus.

http://israelcc.org/grinspoon-morningstar-fellowship/


Stand With US

standwithusfellowship-logoThe Emerson Fellowship is a one year internship that gives advanced training, education and inspiration for pro-Israel college students to become an elite cadre of leaders on college campuses across North America. StandWithUs Emerson Fellows form a network of trained pro-Israel student leaders who utilize their skills and energy to drive and inspire their peers to run effective pro-Israel events and bring Israel`s message to their campuses.

Responsibilities include:
  • Holding a leadership position within a pro-Israel student group
  • Running at least four programs on campus throughout the year
  • Writing articles for local and campus media outlets
  • Attending two training seminars in Los Angeles, CA.
Upon completion of the program, fellows receive a $1000 stipend for their hard work and dedication to StandWithUs and Israel.