Applications for the 2018 Relationship Building Institute are now open! For more information, click here.
The Relationship Building Institute is The David Project’s annual summer seminar. Students and professionals learn the skills necessary to advocate for Israel on their campus. Participants network with like-minded student advocates from across the country, Jewish professionals, and leaders of diverse and influential communities on campus.
Meet and hear from peers involved with diverse campus communities across the country
Practice communication skills and learn to connect with others around Israel by working with relationship building experts
Have dedicated time with their Campus Coordinator to create an outreach plan for the fall semester
APPLICATIONS FOR THE RELATIONSHIP BUILDING INSTITUTE WILL BE POSTED HERE SOON. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT YOUR CAMPUS COORDINATOR.
The David Project is proud to announce the 2018-19 National Student Board
Katie Glickman, a David Project intern from Queens College highlights many of the great moments and lessons from the recent NYC retreat.
Alex Harris from the University of Michigan writes that Jewish liberation is an important them of both ancient and modern times.
Erick Cohen from The George Washington University recounts his personal experience at the 2018 Latinos and Jews United Summit.
Stephanie Black, a David Project intern at American University, writes that celebrating Women's History Month is highlighting the incredible advancements made by women today.
Delaney Kahlert, a National Student Board Member, highlights the amazing moments from the 2018 West Coast Student Retreat
Chandler Rankin from the University of Cincinnati writes about the importance of commemorating Black History Month.
Raphael Jaquette, campus leader from University of Texas at Austin writes about his personal journey of growth and acceptance in Israel.
Tim Conceison, campus leader from University of Massachusetts Amherst highlights his transformative journey on Israel Uncovered.
Abdi Ibrahim, a campus leader from George Mason University, says that the greatest gift he received from Israel Uncovered was a sense of family.