January 17, 2011
AJC Goldman Fellowship Program
The American Jewish Commitee is pleased to announce the AJC Goldman Fellowship Program.
The fellowship will begin on May 30th and last until July 29th.
AJC's Goldman Fellowship Program is a nine-week summer program designed to identify and develop future leaders in the areas of international and domestic politics, diplomacy, public relations, and management. This competitive fellowship gives students the unique oppurtunity to work in an office in the U.S. or abroad, ranging from New York to Warsaw, Poland, and from Washington, D.C., to Melbourne, Australia.
It includes a $3000 stipend and all major travel expenses will be covered.
AJC's Goldman Fellowship Program is open to undergraduates in their junior and senior years, and students in graduate and professional schools. Students come from a broad range of academic backgrounds. Fellows should demonstrate a passion for making a difference, an interest in American Jewish identity, and a willingness to work hard.
-Completed application form (available at www.ajc.org/fellowship)
-College and graduate transcripts as applicable (official or student copy)
-Essay of approximately 500 words describing your background and fields of interest for the Fellowship (see section entitled areas of Interest inside)
Recent short (one00two page) writing sample or excerpt of a larger paper, preferably on a topic of political, social, ethicial, or specifically Jewish interest and
-Letter of recommendation from a faculty member or relevant previous employer (need not be written exclusively for Fellowship)
Applications are due by Jan. 28th, 2011
For further information see www.ajc.org/fellowship, email email@example.com or call 212.751.4000
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