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JNF Campus Fellows Program

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Bring the positive side of Israel to your Campus for the 2017-2018 School Year!

RECRUIT · FUNDRAISE · TAKE ACTION

The JNF Campus Fellows program trains mentors and supports pro-Israel students from across the country that will facilitate JNF programs in their campus communities. Our Fellows play a crucial role in recruiting friends and fellow students to participate in Alternative Break, Caravan for Democracy and JNF College Summit.  

Fellows promote Israel as a country working to make the world a better place through Positively Israel and Tu BiShvat programming. JNF Campus Fellows also learn the important skill of fundraising for JNF projects that benefit the land and people of Israel.  

THE JOB: 

Each Campus Fellow is required to plan and execute at least one Positively Israel program each semester and one Tu BiShvat program in the spring. They are also required to recruit five students to participate on JNF's Alternative Break and five students to apply for Caravan for Democracy. 

THE SELECTION PROCESS: 

Fellows are selected through a competitive application and interview process. Once selected, Fellows are required to attend a two- day Campus Fellows Leadership Seminar in New York City (dates TBD) in the Summer in addition to the JNF National Conference and College Summit in Hollywood, Florida November 10-12, 2017. JNF covers transportation accommodations, meals and registration for both of these events. 

OPERATIONS: 

All Campus Fellows are supervised by regional staff from the Israel Advocacy & Education Department. They are responsible for managing a budget, program planning documentation, completing monthly reports and regular check in with their JNF supervisor. Additionally,they will receive guidance and continual professional development by way of conference calls and webinars throughout the year. There will be a $1000 stipend offered upon completion of their work on campus. This will be paid in two installments. 

Application Requirements:

  • Applicants must have spent time in Israel.
  • Applicants must be a full time undergraduate student for the full 2017-2018 academic year. JNF supports study abroad, but if you plan on studying off campus in the 2017-2018 academic year please do not apply. 
  • Applicants are required to attend the full two-day Campus Fellows leadership Seminar in the Summer and the full three-day College Summit in November.
  • Applicants are not allowed to serve as a fellow or intern with another pro-Israel organization on campus during the year. Leadership positions within pro-Israel campus groups, Greek Life, student government and Jewish life is encouraged.
  • Completed applications must include detailed answers, a polished resume and two references in order to be considered.
  • Finalists will be required to participate in a video call interviews.
  • Priority will be given to alumni of Alexander Muss High School in Israel as well as JNF's Alternative Break and College Summit.

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For more information please contact us at education@jnf.org or call 212.879.9305, ext 245.

 

 

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