Do you know someone who would like to make a difference for Israel through a career in the public sector, government or the media?
Legacy Heritage Fellowship is seeking candidates for the Class of 2010-2011 for this prestigious international, fully paid, year-long fellowship which is open to post-graduates, outstanding college graduates and young professionals. They are looking for gifted, highly motivated individuals who wish to work in the fields of international relations, politics, the media, NGOs, think tanks, etc. in Israel, Europe and North America.
Fellows are matched up with positions in the countries in which they reside and are mentored by senior executives in their placements. In addition to their ongoing professional development (including monthly conference calls, newsletters and regular communication with their peers), the Fellows attend three educational conferences held in Israel, Europe and the United States. The conferences include outstanding speakers, significant networking opportunities, skills training workshops and excursions. The Fellows also implement a Middle East Public Service Initiative that they design and execute during the Fellowship year.
Applications and more information is available on the Legacy Heritage Website.
The deadline to apply is January 4, 2010.