The Midcareer Fellowship provides ambitious Jewish leaders a generous tuition subsidy to earn a Master’s degree online, in-person, or in a hybrid program at one of our ten participating universities.
An MA in Jewish Education or Non-Profit Management will help to enhance your skills, deepen your Jewish knowledge, and position you to advance your career.
Who is this fellowship for?
The fellowship is designed for professionals working in the Jewish community who are interested in advancing their careers by pursuing graduate degrees in:
- Jewish Education & Administration
- Non-Profit Management & Administration
- Jewish Communal Service
- Camp Administration & Leadership
- Early Childhood Education
“My advanced degree in Non-Profit Management opened up many doors for me and has allowed me to make a greater impact on the Jewish community.
“After completing my MA, new job opportunities opened up to me.“
Am I eligible?
You are eligible if you:
- Completed your undergraduate degree at least five years ago
- Have served the Jewish community professionally for a minimum of three years
- Work at a Jewish institution for a minimum of 15 hours per week while pursuing your degree
“The Midcareer Fellowship catapulted me into the next stage of my professional career.“
“I wouldn’t have been able to afford a masters degree without the support of the Midcareer Fellowship.“
What do we offer?
- 25% tuition subsidies for degrees in Jewish Education and Non-Profit Management at our participating colleges and universities
- Schools may have additional scholarship/funding opportunities available
- Networking with other students and alumni across all participating universities
- Additional professional development opportunities
“This fellowship gave me the support I needed to level up my teaching career.”
“Getting my master’s in Jewish Education helped not just me, but all of my current and future students.“
How do I apply?
Click on a logo to land on the admissions page of that school. Reach out to the contacts listed with any questions.