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Wexner Graduate Fellowship /
Davidson Scholars Program

Leadership Development for Jewish Communal Professionals in Graduate Schools

Selection Process

For the Academic Year 2019-2020

  • OCTOBER 2018: Application opens. Anyone interested in applying to the Wexner Graduate Fellowship/Davidson Scholars Program must complete an eligibility form as first step of application process. Once eligibility is confirmed, access will be granted to the full online application form.
  • MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 2019 AT 10:00 AM (EST): Complete applications due.
  • MID-MARCH 2019: Finalists will be invited, via email, to an in-person interview (required) with the Selection Committee, comprised of leading professionals who are committed to the fields encompassed by the Fellowship program.
  • WEEK OF MARCH 31, 2019: Finalist interviews will be conducted in New York City. Finalists living in North America, but outside of New York City, will be brought to the interview at the Foundation's expense. Finalists living outside of North America will be interviewed via video conference. Please note: Finalists must inform the Selection Committee at their interview, if not before, which graduate program s/he will be attending starting Summer or Fall 2019.

NOTE:
Any candidate accepted as a Wexner Fellow/Davidson Scholar must attend an orientation session on May 13-15, 2019 at the Foundation’s expense. All Fellows are also required to attend the Summer Institute, AUGUST 18-23, 2019 and all subsequent winter and summer institutes. See here for further expectations.

Questions?

Please contact Linda Smith, Senior Administrator, Graduate Fellowship/Davidson Scholars Program, at info@wexner.net.


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