Anna Sobol Levy Fellowship Program

April 18, 2016 Karen Popp FellowshipsGrantsU.S. Citizens

The Anna Sobol Levy Foundation offers graduate students several fellowships to study in Israel. Captain Levy envisioned that the ASL fellowships could enhance and strengthen the unique relationship between the United States and Israel by establishing genuine understanding and communication between future leaders of the two countries. Capt. Levy served as chairman and treasurer of the Foundation until his death on 5 April 2002.

ASL fellows participate in a series of special activities. The activities are arranged and led by the ASL Program Coordinator. One meeting each month typically involves interaction with the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF). The activities generally consist of two events per month; one discussion meeting and one field trip. The field trip often should involve interactions with the IDF or the Israeli intelligence and security agencies.

Amount: The Fellowship covers tuition at the IDC (up to $16,000).

Eligibility: Candidates must be U.S. citizens under age 30 at the time application and should have studied in the fields of military studies, economic geography, international relations, political science, history, or similar fields.

Deadline: June 1st, 2016

For more information and application instructions, see The Anna Sobol Levy Foundation.

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