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I think the David project is an amazing organization. The internship teaches you so much. The skills learned can be applied in many other contexts and lead to very effective networking and meaningful outreach. I will take the skills of active listening and personal narratives with me to guide my future interactions with people in this world.
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The David Project inspired me to be able to dig in, get my hands dirty, and to form my own opinions on everything the world throws our way... and for that, I’m forever grateful.
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Thank you so much for this experience, I feel that I have learned how to be a better leader, listener, and advocate for the things I believe in! Thank you!
David Project interns at UCLA partnered with the Armenian Community to raise awareness about the Armenian Genocide and the Holocaust.
Pho + Falafel = Pholafel? David Project interns at Vanderbilt University partnered with the Asian American Student Association for a night of dialogue and understanding.
Israel Uncovered participants at Temple University recently hosted an event about the Syrian Refugee Crisis after visiting Ziv Hospital in Israel.
After going on Israel Uncovered, Keziah Hidalgo from University of Southern California planned an event called Beyachad to celebrate both the Israeli and Filipino cultures.
David Project interns at Baruch College and Temple University brought Assi Azar to campus to strengthen relationships with the LGBTQ community
David Project interns at the University of Massachusetts Amherst recently partnered with a number of organizations to put on the inaugural Multicultural Festival.
Vanderbilt University hosts Sunday supper with University Catholic.
On February 12th, the Jewish community and Black community came together for The Black-Jewish Dialogues. The performance was an insightful discussion on their shared relationship and combating prejudice.
On Friday, February 9th, students at the University of Southern California brought together the Jewish and Christian communities as part of the Avi Schaefer Interfaith Shabbat
The Hanukkah Diwali Dinner has become a staple of the holiday season. Read about this year's success at University of Texas-Austin and University of Cincinnati