Josh Hilfman, from the University of Pittsburgh, writes about the incredible opportunity he had to learn about and expose himself to previously unheard narratives.
Wesley Jones, a student at Boston University, writes that the diverse narratives of the people are what made visiting Israel such an impactful experience.
Brooke Getter, a student at Rutgers University, writes that the diverse religious experiences left a lasting impact on Israel Uncovered.
Through out the school year, David Project interns are building deep and lasting relationships between the Jewish and Christian communities on their campuses. Learn about how these students are finding common ground across faith.
Hanukkah and Diwali, known as festivals of light, have brought together the Jewish and Hindu communities on campuses all across the country.
On November 9-11, students of different faith and religious backgrounds will come together for The David Project’s Inaugural Interfaith Summit.
The 2018 Campus of the Year Award goes to the University of Massachusetts Amherst! Click here to read more.
The Student Advocate of the Year is Brian Burke from the University of Pittsburgh. Click here to read more.
The Professional of the Year Award goes to Jason Steckler from San Francisco State University! Click here to read more.
Congratulations to The Ohio State University for winning Israel Uncovered Program of the Year! Click here to read more.