In order to receive microgrant funding, candidates must:
- Host an event.
- Submit a brief final report describing the outcomes and achievements resulting from the grant.
- Submit documentation of the initiative in the form of quality photos, videos, and earned media coverage or op-eds.
The initiative should:
+ Educate about Israeli culture, society, politics, technological advancements, or other facets of life in Israel that interest you/students from your college or university.
+ Engage diverse students and student groups from your college or university.
+ Promote positive relationships, open-minded dialogue, and academic enrichment.
The initiative should not:
+ Deny the right of Israel to exist as a Jewish and democratic state with secure and recognized borders.
+ Delegitimize, demonize, or apply a double standard to Israel.
+ Support boycott of, divestment from, or sanctions against the State of Israel.
+ Exhibit a pattern of disruptive behavior towards campus events or guest speakers or foster an atmosphere of incivility.
+ Discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, gender expression, or sexual orientation.