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November 19, 2015 at 5:13pmOn French Jewry and the Future of France

October 15, 2015 at 7:48amTocqueville in Arabia: A Conversation with Joshua Mitchell

September 30, 2015 at 7:37amRabbi Jacob J. Schacter on Family and Freedom

September 10, 2015 at 10:52amRabbi David Stav on Jewish Unity

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Student Programs

Tikvah Advanced Institutes

The Tikvah Advanced Institutes aim to provide accomplished professionals from around the world the opportunity to study big ideas, great texts, and current issues with leading thinkers and practitioners. Participants receive stipends between $1,000 - $3,000.

Fall 2015 Advanced Institutes:

Appliations closed

Applicants may include those working or pursuing advanced study in the following fields:

  • US or Israeli public policy, including national security and economics
  • The rabbinate
  • Academia
  • Journalism
  • Jewish Education
  • Jewish communal leadership
  • Law and Business

Past Participant Bios

American Judaism Workshops

For Jewish Leaders across North America

American Jewish Literature
March 15-17 | Ruth Wisse

A New Pro-Israel Foreign Policy
March 22-24 | Elliott Abrams

Jewish Philosophy in America
April 12-14 | Leora Batnitzky

Liberalism, Conservatism, and the Jews
April 19-21 | William Kristol

The Condition of American Judaism:
The Denominations and Beyond

May 15-17 | Jack Wertheimer

Jews and Christians:
Morality, Theology, Politics

May 29-31 | Meir Soloveichik

What? High-level seminars focused on the concrete challenges of American Jewry.

Who? Jewish leaders—rabbis, educators, scholars, journalists, government officials, and engaged lay leaders—across North America.

When? Either Sunday to Tuesday or Shabbat retreats at several points during the first half of 2015.

Applications are now closed.