Q. Is a Jewish education required for acceptance?
A. No. There are no requirements regarding the level of Jewish education.
Q. How do I apply?
A. You need to fill out the online application on this website.
Q. What is the application deadline?
A. Application deadlines vary from campus to campus. After submitting your application, you will receive more information from your local director.
Q. What do I need to do if I’m accepted?
A. Nothing. The director of your local campus will contact you.
Q. What are the requirements for receiving the stipend?
A. You need to attend all the classes and events. You also need to attend the graduation ceremony at the end of the program. If you fail to attend some of the classes or events, the stipend will be prorated accordingly.
Q. How many students are usually enrolled in each fellowship program?
A. Twenty to twenty five students per campus.
Q. Where do the meetings take place?
A. At your local campus. You local director will have more information.
Q. Are alumni of the fellowship available for questions?
A. Yes. You can submit a request to be contacted by alumni in your area.
Q. Who sponsors the fellowship?
A. Numerous philanthropists in the US and Canada.