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March 2017 Project Interchange Alumni Newsletter

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December 2016 Project Interchange Alumni Newsletter

Project Interchange Alumni Venture Fund

Apply for a Grant from AJC Project Interchange
AJC Project Interchange will provide a limited number of grants of up to $1,000 twice annually to support impactful Israel-related projects and programs led by Project Interchange alumni. The next round of Alumni Venture Fund Grants will be active in April 2017.

• The Alumni Venture Fund (AVF) supports Israel related projects and programs led by PI alumni.
• Eligible proposals should reflect some aspect of Israeli history, society, culture or politics.
• Proposals may include but are not limited to academic projects, public programs or artistic endeavors.
• Grants are evaluated by Project Interchange staff and the PI Alumni Advisory Council.
• Grantees receive 50% at the beginning of the project and 50% upon completion, normally within one year.
• The AVF also provides grantees with connections in Israel and the U.S.
• Grants are funded by AJC Project Interchange and are awarded twice annually.
• Grantees agree to be featured by AJC in social media and/or public programs.

DC ALUMNI: Special Event Featuring Project Interchange Alumnus

The United States and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Featuring Project Interchange Alumnus Dr. Philip Gordon
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
6:00 PM Dinner
6:30 PM Program

AJC Washington Office
RSVP by April 26

Dr. Philip Gordon will discuss challenges the Trump administration will face in dealing with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the viability of a two-state solution, and the role Israel’s Arab neighbors could potentially play in the search for Middle East peace. Dr. Gordon traveled to Israel on AJC Project Interchange with a group of strategic analysts in 2001.

Philip Gordon is a Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign relations. Previously he was Special Assistant to the President and White House Coordinator for the Middle East, North Africa, and the Gulf region. As the most senior White House official focused on the greater Middle East, he worked closely with the President, Secretary of State, and National Security Advisor on issues including the Iranian nuclear program, Middle East peace negotiations, the conflict in Syria, security in Iraq, U.S. relations with the Gulf states, the democratic transitions in North Africa, and bilateral relations with Israel, Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon

Questions to Lili Kalish Gersch
Director of Alumni Engagement, AJC Project Interchange

Presented by AJC’s Project Interchange and AJC Washington Regional Office

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Spotlight on Seminar Recruitment

Be a PI ambassador! You are invited to recommend participants for upcoming seminars. We are always looking for individuals who are:

  • Influencers and leaders within their professions and communities (see our primary cohorts)
  • Identified as having the potential for future impact in their professional circles and public networks
  • Able to commit to participation in the full program and do not have recent travel/work experience in Israel
  • Interested in experiencing an intensive first-hand introduction to Israel from speakers with diverse backgrounds; and
  • Interested in expanding connections and collaboration with organizations and businesses in Israel.
  • If you know someone who fits these criteria, please fill out a nomination form.

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