Tikvah Educational Programming
This summer the Tikvah Fund will offer six separate programs for future intellectual, religious, and political leaders of the Jewish people.
The Jewish Idea: Morality, Politics, and Theology
Tikvah Summer Fellowship for College Students
Dates: June 18—July 31
New York City
Why Tradition? - Morality in Politics, Society, and the Marketplace
A Tikvah Institute for High School Students
Dates: June 21—July 2
The Tikvah Israel Summer Student Seminars
Dates: August 2—13 or 16—27
Maale Hachamisha, Jerusalem, Israel
Jewish Thought, Jewish Literature, Jewish Politics
A Tikvah Summer Seminar for Undergraduates
Dates: August 3—7
New York City
Liberty & Tradition - American Politics and Torah Values in the Public Square
A Tikvah Institute for Yeshiva Men
Dates: August 9—16
Glen Cove, New York
Women, Men, and the Future of Marriage in America
A Tikvah Institute for Women
Dates: August 23—25
New York City
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.
Nuclear Strategy and the Crisis of World Order
with Eric Edelman and Stephen Rosen
November 2—6, 2015 | Washington, D.C.
God, Politics, and the Future of Europe
with George Weigel, Daniel Johnson, and Yoram Hazony
November 10—13, 2015 | Jerusalem, Israel
What is Jewish Conservatism?
with Eric Cohen, Meir Soloveichik, and William Kristol
November 16—20, 2015 | New York, NY
- Is Israel Alone?
December 14—18, 2015 | Washington, D.C.
Appliations closedApplicants may include those working or pursuing advanced study in the following fields:
- US or Israeli public policy, including national security and economics
- The rabbinate
- Jewish Education
- Jewish communal leadership
- Law and Business
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.