The Ronald S. Lauder Fellowship Program is an international network of top Jewish student leaders seeking to represent and advocate on behalf of the global Jewish community on campus. Ronald S. Lauder Fellows are driven, with interest in the field of public diplomacy, politics, communications, and other relevant fields.
Due to current global circumstances, applications for the 2020-2021 academic year will close on April 8, 2020.
The World Jewish Congress and the Consulate General of Israel in New York invite university students from around the world to pitch their idea for a campus event, strategy, or initiative that explores a new and groundbreaking approach to Israel advocacy. Applications are currently being accpeted and are due on December 18, 2019.
Five final student teams will be selected to pitch in-person in New York City to a panel of distinguished judges in February 2020. The winning proposal will receive up to $10,000 to implement their idea in Spring 2020.
The #WeRemember campaign for International Holocaust Remembrance Day has become one of the world's largest Holocaust awareness campaigns. Join people from around the world in holding up a 'We Remember' sign, post it on social media with #WeRemember, and help ensure the world never forgets.
The World Jewish Congress and UNESCO have launched AboutHolocaust.org to ensure people of all backgrounds and knowledge levels can have the opportunity to further their education on the Holocaust.
The Start-Up Nation Mentorship program pairs exemplary student leaders on college campuses with Israeli executives across the spectrum of industry and government to help ensure that the next generation has the knowledge and relationships they need to succeed.
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