Tikvah-Beren Summer Fellowship
Opens Sep 8 2021 12:00 AM (EDT)
Deadline Feb 12 2023 11:59 PM (EST)
Description

Program Description

Study Jewish history, texts, and political thought with world-class teachers and develop your own research project to help America and the Jewish people thrive:

  • Week 1: The Roots of Jewish Modernity
  • Week 2: The Idea of Nations and Nationalism in the History of the West
  • Week 3: Jewish Strategy Workshop
  • Weeks 4-7: Independent Project or Internship
  • Week 8: Research Presentations


Application Description

  1. Fill out a basic biographical form 
  2. Answer these questions (note: members of the Tikvah Collegiate Forum only have to submit an answer to the third question listed here)
    • How do you hope this program will advance your intellectual growth and/or your progress toward a career or calling? How will it build on what you have done and how will it help prepare you for where you want to go next? (500 words).
    • Identify a person that you admire for their accomplishments in politics, literature, religious thought or some other arena of leadership and creativity. Describe why you chose this person (500 words).
    • The mission statement of the Jewish Leadership Conference (https://www.jewishleadershipconference.org/our-principles/) articulates a set of principles that we believe should shape and define the Jewish political and cultural agenda in the current age. Please choose one specific principle that you believe in and describe, in 750 words or less, a concrete project that you would like to undertake this summer to would advance that principle in the public, communal, or intellectual arena.
  3. Submit a Resume/CV
  4. Submit a transcript 
  5. Submit a writing sample
  6. Upload a headshot



Apply

Tikvah-Beren Summer Fellowship


Program Description

Study Jewish history, texts, and political thought with world-class teachers and develop your own research project to help America and the Jewish people thrive:

  • Week 1: The Roots of Jewish Modernity
  • Week 2: The Idea of Nations and Nationalism in the History of the West
  • Week 3: Jewish Strategy Workshop
  • Weeks 4-7: Independent Project or Internship
  • Week 8: Research Presentations


Application Description

  1. Fill out a basic biographical form 
  2. Answer these questions (note: members of the Tikvah Collegiate Forum only have to submit an answer to the third question listed here)
    • How do you hope this program will advance your intellectual growth and/or your progress toward a career or calling? How will it build on what you have done and how will it help prepare you for where you want to go next? (500 words).
    • Identify a person that you admire for their accomplishments in politics, literature, religious thought or some other arena of leadership and creativity. Describe why you chose this person (500 words).
    • The mission statement of the Jewish Leadership Conference (https://www.jewishleadershipconference.org/our-principles/) articulates a set of principles that we believe should shape and define the Jewish political and cultural agenda in the current age. Please choose one specific principle that you believe in and describe, in 750 words or less, a concrete project that you would like to undertake this summer to would advance that principle in the public, communal, or intellectual arena.
  3. Submit a Resume/CV
  4. Submit a transcript 
  5. Submit a writing sample
  6. Upload a headshot



Apply
Opens
Sep 8 2021 12:00 AM (EDT)
Deadline
Feb 12 2023 11:59 PM (EST)