PI Awards Three Alumni Venture Fund Grants
Project Interchange is excited to announce the first recipients of Alumni Venture Fund Grants.
Project Interchange provides a limited number of grants of up to $1,000 biannually to support impactful Israel-related projects and programs led by Project interchange alumni.
The venture fund aims to:
• Encourage alumni to develop initiatives inspired by their Project Interchange experience.
• Enable alumni to deepen their relationships with Israel and its people.
• Provide alumni with resources and connections to realize ambitious initiatives.
• Empower alumni to extend the impact of their Israel experience to others.
Congratulations to the first three recipients:
Ronak Desai (Indian American Media and Policy Leaders 2012): Writing a series of articles on the U.S.-India-Israel trilateral relationship
Xiaowei Fu (University and Policy Leaders from China 2011): Holding an Israel-related translation contest for Chinese translation students
Joshua Sinai (Counter-Terrorism Experts 2002): Writing an in-depth report on Israel’s home front command–best practices for United States emergency preparedness.
The second grant cycle will begin in April.
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