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Tikvah Fund Launches New Krauthammer Fellowship for Aspiring Writers
In partnership with The Paul E. Singer Foundation, the 2021/2022 Krauthammer Fellowship is a new part-time program for young professionals interested in Jewish ideas, modern Israel, and American democratic and civic life.
(July 11, 2021, JNS Wire) The Tikvah Fund’s The Krauthammer Fellowship, launched in partnership with the Paul E. Singer Foundation to honor the preeminent journalist and leading defender of America and Israel Charles Krauthammer, will support a select number of talented writers to produce and publish long-form articles. Writing topics include American culture and policy, the strategic situation in the Middle East, Zionism and modern Israel, and the enduring significance of Jewish civilization.
Fellows will also receive mentoring and career guidance from the nation’s foremost Jewish and conservative leaders; will participate in a series of master classes on themes in Jewish and American thought; and will attend a mid-program retreat featuring prominent American and Israeli guest speakers.
The Krauthammer Fellowship is open to young professionals and graduate students age 30 or under.
The Krauthammer Fellowship begins October 4, 2021, and applications are due July 30, 2021. Fellows will be awarded a $7,500 stipend.
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