Which graduate degrees are eligible for this fellowship?
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
Jewish Studies Programs Related to Applicant’s Field of Work
The Midcareer Fellowship has been completely pivotal as to whether or not I was able to go to grad school
– Leah, MA student, HUC
I have gained a tremendous amount of knowledge that I’ve been able to apply directly to my work
– Jordan, MA student, HUC
…allowed me to receive my master’s degree without going into debt
– Taylor, MA student, AJU
Who is this fellowship for?
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.
I’m not the same educator that I was before this degree
– Leehee, MA student, JTS
I am constantly putting into practice what I’m studying and learning
– Molly, MA student, AJU
The financial support from this program is what made my degree possible
– Lucy, MA student, JTS
Taylor WolfAJU: MA in Early Childhood Education
Wilshire Boulevard Temple
Leehee BaruchJTS: MA in Jewish Education
Leah ChakoffHUC: MA in Organizational Innovation
Jordan VaughterHUC: MA in Jewish Nonprofit Management
Jewish Federation of Greater Metrowest NJ