Project Interchange, an educational institute of AJC, brings opinion leaders and policy makers to Israel for a week of intensive travel and learning. Participants experience Israeli society, connect with their Israeli counterparts and learn about Israel’s extensive contributions in their fields.
Founded in 1982, Project Interchange maintains an alumni network of over 6,000 influential voices spanning more than 89 countries.
Project Interchange relies on donors who support its unique purpose and the measurable results its programs yield.
PI Seminar Impact
The impact of a Project Interchange seminar continues long after leaders return home, as they participate in alumni programs; put their new networks, ideas, and understanding of Israel to work; and go on to shape public opinion and policy.