The ICC offers Israel Advocacy grants of up to $7,500 for outstanding student leaders to implement long-term impactful Israel advocacy initiatives. Students have used this opportunity to create all sorts of campus change with regard to Israel. Below are just a few examples of past Israel advocacy grants. To learn more about ICC Israel Advocacy Grants. Click Here.
If you are looking for ideas for initiatives, we encourage you to check out Ask Herzl; a website that will serve as a database for Israel programs and strategies. Instead of having to “reinvent the wheel” Ask Herzl seeks to offer you a world of programs and strategies for how to support Israel on campus and in your communities. Students and professionals will be able to submit and search for ready to run programs that cover specific themes and topics.
Visit www.AskHerzl.com and use the ICC Grant tag to see outlines of ICC Israel Advocacy Grants.
The ICC is proud to announce that it has awarded its final grant for the 2012-2013 academic year; the grant recipients, with their visionary ideas for Israel advocacy programs and strategies, give peace, honesty and activism a good name. Congratulations to all of the campuses that received a grant this year. We look forward to seeing tangible change for Israel. Thank you to all of those who applied.
The grants program is now closed.
See the 2012-2013 ICC Israel Advocacy Grants here.
This Month's Featured ICC Israel Advocacy Grant
The featured ICC Israel Advocacy Grant recipient for the month of May is Josh Kalla at Yale University for his 'Slifka Israel Fellowship' initiative. Josh is working vigorously to cultivate the pro-Israel community in New Haven by creating the Slifka Israel Fellowship that will serve as an educational series for gifted and spirited student leaders that are intent on nurturing their Israel advocacy skills. Through lessons taught by campus professionals at the Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale, Josh hopes to generate the next cohort of educated pro-Israel student leaders at Yale.