Fellowships

NIF Invests in the Next Generation of Leaders

Law Fellowship

The Israel-US Civil Liberties Law Program provides academic and professional experience to Israeli lawyers specializing in civil rights. Program alumni are the core of the civil right bar in Israel – as academics, community organizers, founders of non-profit organizations, and litigators.
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NIF / Shatil Social Justice Fellowship

The NIF / Shatil Social Justice Fellowships enable a cadre of post-college Jewish young adults to spend 10 months immersed in the movement for social change in Israel. These Fellowships, which include a modest stipend, place young Jewish activists in Israeli NGOs for a year of in-depth contribution and learning.
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Everett Fellowship

The Everett Fellowship enables Israeli students to gain an in-depth understanding of and hands-on experience in social change organizations, and affords these nonprofits much-needed assistance. Students intern at social justice, civil rights, women’s right, human rights, and environmental organizations.
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The Naomi Chazan Activism Fellowship 2017-2018

The Naomi Chazan Activism Fellowship is an exciting opportunity for young (21-35) passionate social justice people to take action and to connect to grassroots activism in Israel. This year marks the 50th year of the occupation and NIF is calling up exceptional individuals to join the movement for change. This prestigious program includes a 10-day trip to Israel and the Palestinian Territories for a unique immersion in Israeli society. Following the trip, the fellowship requires participants to take action with NIF back home throughout the year. Click here to learn more and apply

Elissa Froman Israel Social Change Fellowship

A unique opportunity for rabbinical students associated with the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion to engage in deep learning about social issues in Israel. The fellowship takes place in two sites: Jerusalem and New York. Click here to learn more