The Masters program in Experiential Education & Jewish Cultural Arts at The George Washington University offers up to 85% of funding if applicants apply by February 1.
Please forward this information to Jewish/Holocaust Studies alumni and current professors to share with their students.
This 13-month Masters program prepares graduates for professional careers in Jewish museums, JCCs, college campus organizations, summer camps, and other innovative educational and cultural settings.
Students conduct field placements in D.C. at the following institutions:
- United States Holocaust Museum
- Hillel International
- Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society
In addition, students are funded to complete a Summer Capstone Fellowship outside D.C. or internationally ( i.e. POLIN Museum, The Contemporary Jewish Museum, The Yiddish Book Center, and museums in Israel).
I am happy to answer any questions.
Ilana Weltman, M.Ed., M.A.
Project Director, Experiential Education & Jewish Cultural Arts
Graduate School of Education and Human Development
The George Washington University
(904) 252-9684 (cell)
(202) 994-6281 (office)