As part of ADL’s Never Is Now Summit on Antisemitism and Hate, teens are invited to apply for the first-ever Edward Brodsky Student Fellowship where student leaders from around the country will connect with each other through conversations about bias and identity, examination of the impacts of bias and oppression, and exploration of ways they can make an impact in their schools and communities.
Fellows will learn how they can use the positive power of peer influence to promote respect, equity and inclusion in their schools. The fellowship consists of three 90-minute sessions facilitated over the Never Is Now Summit and is capped at 50 students nationwide. Applications are due by October 23rd.
This year’s Never Is Now Summit is virtual and offers TWO free opportunities for students to expand their knowledge and understanding of ADL’s anti-bias education work. The Summit will feature top level keynoters, panelists and influential speakers focused on ADL’s integrated mission of “fighting antisemitism and securing justice and fair treatment to all.” Please note you must apply for the fellowship and register for the Summit separately. If you have any questions click here.