Fellowships (Semester Model)
The Embodying Peace Fellowship is for university students at the undergraduate and graduate levels and recent graduates who are looking to invest deeply in grassroots peacebuilding. For three months, Fellows intern remotely with our partner organizations, build community through the study of civil society peacebuilding in Israel-Palestine, and collaborate with our network of mentors in order to propose solutions to issues of scarcity in the peacebuilding field. The Fellowship entails:
- A skills-based, remote internship with one of our partner organizations in Israel-Palestine.
- Studying and discussing bi-weekly educational curriculums geared towards advancing your understanding of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the state of grassroots peacebuilding in the region today.
- Participation in exclusive monthly webinars with leading scholars, activists, and professionals who are instrumental in this field.
- Collaboration with like-minded fellows, mentors, and experienced alumni to assist and guide you in your personal peacebuilding journey and capstone projects.
Summer 2021 Fellowship
We are seeking to form a cohort of 5 to 10 undergraduate students for our 2-month Summer 2021 Fellowship. We welcome students of all backgrounds who are passionate about our work and are dedicated to participating in a robust summer program. Strong Arabic and/or Hebrew language skills are not necessary but are appreciated. Fluency in English is required. The Fellowship begins on Sunday, June 6.
Applications are due by May 7th at midnight est.
The Embodying Peace Volunteer Listserv is accessible to anyone, regardless of age, location, or time commitment. By signing up for our Listserv, you gain access to opportunities to make tangible contributions to our partner organizations.