Reserved for outstanding Year Program applicants who have demonstrated exceptional leadership in the field of social justice, either as a student, professional or volunteer lay leader.
Applicants should be passionate about the field and interested in infusing their work with a deep level of Jewish knowledge relating to social justice issues.
- All fellows will receive a guaranteed living expenses grant ranging from $200-$400/month (exact amount determined by financial need) AND receive highly subsidized Year Program tuition: $3,000 discount for those not eligible for Masa Israel Journey funding, and $2,000 discount for those eligible for Masa funding.
Fellows will participate in the Social Justice tracks, and will be responsible for the following:
- Assisting with organization of trips for the Social Justice Track
- Helping to facilitate students’ weekly social action projects
- Overseeing and spearheading additional social justice initiatives at Pardes
At least one of the candidate’s two recommendation letters should be from a direct supervisor who can speak directly to the candidate’s experience in the field and potential growth and contributions through the Pardes fellowship. The letter must be submitted along with the Fellowship application and the Pardes Year Program application.