During the two-year paid fellowship, one exceptional individual from Los Angeles between the ages of 21–25 will be selected to receive leadership training and participate in hands-on community service experiences in both Jewish and non-Jewish humanitarian settings throughout the world, including Israel and Los Angeles.
As a Fishel Fellow, you will help develop social change projects, train civic activists, organize communities, and institute community infrastructure projects—all with the greater purpose of becoming an active Jewish community leader and social entrepreneur whose ideas will spark, motivate, and create change in the community.
Sound like you? Then apply now for the once-in-a- lifetime opportunity to travel the world and change it — one community at a time!
Ready to apply to become a Fishel Fellow? You'll need to download and complete this form:
Application due date is January 15, 2013.
The Fishel Fellowship was created in honor of and in partnership with John Fishel, former President of The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, who is a leading advocate for global social entrepreneurship. The program forwards the Federation’s goal of engaging and training more young adult Jewish leaders.
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For more information please contact Orly Frank at 323-761-8116 or FishelFellowship@Jewishla.org.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles is collaborating with American Jewish World Service (AJWS) and the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) on this one-of-a-kind fellowship.