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By Benjamin Ellis A Director at Keshet UK | Read more...
The Tevel Fellowship is a year-long service program for young Jewish professionals in fields related to development such as agriculture, education, health and media. The fellows work in multidisciplinary, multinational teams in projects run in-house by Tevel using their unique development model. The program includes professional training prior to deployment and throughout the program.
The Tevel Fellowship targets an elite group of outstanding young professionals and is fully funded. The program is currently active in Nepal. Additional country options will be available in the future.
The Tevel Fellowship is made possible through the support of Pears Foundation, the Schusterman Foundation-Israel and Repair the World.
For more information, see The Tevel Fellowship website.
Application deadline: May 31, 2013 (for program beginning in September)
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