After completing the undergraduate phase of The Nachshon Project, you will become eligible to apply for The Nachshon Project Graduate Fellowship. This highly-sought-after Fellowship will help you pursue a graduate-level degree to train you for leadership positions in Jewish communal life.
The Graduate Fellowship is also available via the "Launchpad" Track of The Nachshon Project Graduate Fellowship
to a small number of elite young professionals who have worked between 3 and 10 years and now seek to prepare themselves for high-level Jewish professional leadership positions. Applicants can be current professionals in Jewish careers or career-switchers who now seek to bring their skills from other professions into the Jewish professional world. .
As a Graduate Fellow, you will receive very significant funding for your graduate studies. You will also participate in annual conferences and distance learning, which will supplement your graduate studies and provide you with skills, tools, and a professional network that will help you succeed as you start your career, and help you develop into the best Jewish professional you can be.
In order to apply to the Graduate Fellowship, Nachshon Project Undergraduate Fellows undergo a separate application and interview process, after successfully completing their undergraduate fellowship requirements.