School and Youth News

Abe Baker-Butler

AJC Launches Campus Global Board to Broaden College Student Engagement

On August 24, American Jewish Committee (AJC) launched its Campus Global Board, an initiative to broaden the leading global Jewish advocacy organization’s engagement with college students around the world.

 

StandWithUs Alerts University Leaders to 5 Key Issues Facing Jewish Students on Campus

On August 4nd, StandWithUs launched its second national letter campaign to nearly 3,000 university leaders, highlighting 5 key issues of concern to Jewish students. The letter stressed the importance of fighting bias and discrimination against Jewish students as part of broader Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and social justice efforts on campus. 

 

The Bronfman Fellowship Looking for Intellectually Curious High School Students

The Bronfman Fellowship has announced that applications are now being accepted for the 37th cohort of this transformative program.  The Fellowship selects twenty-six outstanding North American teenagers for a free, intellectually challenging year of programming, beginning with an immersive seminar that includes travel to Israel between the Fellows’ junior and senior years of high school, followed by monthly virtual experiences and two seminars in the U.S.