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Teen Ambassador Program

Especially created for Los Angeles metro area 9th-12th graders, this innovative program provides an opportunity for high school students to gain leadership and advocacy skills while furthering their knowledge about genocide and mass atrocities.  Read more and apply >>>


Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis Social Justice Fellowship

The Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis Social Justice Fellowship was created to honor JWW’s co-founder. He envisioned a network of students carrying out JWW’s mission — to not stand idly by as genocide and mass atrocities continue. The nine-month Fellowship provides students with an opportunity to engage in human rights and anti-genocide awareness and advocacy initiatives and to develop a network of anti-genocide activists on campus. With the support of JWW staff, Fellows will promote JWW’s mission through social media, advocacy actions, and participation in the planning and implementation of three on-campus and three off-campus JWW events. The JWW Social Justice Fellows must have both a passion for social justice and the desire to educate and inspire others to action.

Applications are closed for 2016-2017.  For more information: