Hearing from Shevet Achim, an Israeli organization providing children with congenital heart defects in the Middle East lifesaving treatment was a powerful moment during Israel Uncovered. Hear what these students had to say about it.
This lecture from Ken Jacobson of the ADL is focusing on the worldwide campus trend of anti-Semitism and how to elevate the conversation on campus, addressing and dissecting the problem. It is leading us into The David Project Tough Questions Sessions.
This year at the Relationship Building Institute, The David Project will be holding the first-ever meeting of our brand new national student board! Comprised of students from across the country, the board will work to enhance our work on campus and continue building our network of passionate student leaders. Here’s some of what the board members are most excited about:
Hasbara Fellowships' social media session includes a walk-through of Israel's use of social media through the years; you will learn to use those as models of what to/not to do when speaking about Israel on campus.
Three passionate and talented young women, Emily, Hannah, and Zoe, from diverse liberal arts campuses hung out this summer and delved into the meaning of that tricky umbrella of “Liberal Arts Campuses” and how to best to do relational advocacy work for Israel on campuses under the umbrella.
Interfaith dialogue has never been more important. Students see the need to form relationships across religious lines to groups which are often the largest student organizations on campus. Religion, often used and presented as a point of contention, can actually be a wonderful way to find common ground, educate one another, and unite a campus more fully.
As student leaders, you are constantly being challenged with the concept of collaboration, but it usually seems like a very difficult task. What if I could make it easy for you? What if taking on a leadership position in something other than Jewish/Pro-Israel groups was a good thing and can take care of this daunting task for you? Or what would you say to me if I told you that just having friends means that you're already collaborating?