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2016-2017 Fellows

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"Because of the Rising Voices Fellowship, I now know that what I say, write, and believe is significant. I can put up a piece of writing on the blog, and people I have never met will see it, think about it, and hopefully take something away. If this is what power feels like, then I can understand why everyone wants it.” - Ellie Kahn, 2014-2015 Rising Voices Fellow

Rising Voices

The Rising Voices Fellowship is a leadership development program for female-identified teens who have a passion for writing, and a strong interest in feminism and Judaism—particularly as they relate to social justice.

The Rising Voices Fellowship is funded in part by a grant from the Hadassah Foundation.

Group Photo at Rising Voices Retreat

About Rising Voices

Founded in 2013, the Rising Voices Fellowship is a ten-month program for Jewish female-identified Jewish teens in 10th-12th grades with a passion for writing and an interest in Judaism, feminism, and social justice.
2016-2017 Rising Voices Fellows

Meet the Fellows

Rising Voices Fellows come from across the country and represent a variety of denominations and political views. Learn more about them here.

Rising Voices Fellow Maya Jodidio

Rising Voices Fellowship Application

Applications for the Rising Voices Fellowship are accepted between January and April each year. To find out more about the application process, see the FAQ.
Rising Voices Fellows at a Retreat

Frequently Asked Questions

Still have questions about the Rising Voices Fellowship? Browse answers to the most frequently asked questions here.

How to cite this page

Jewish Women's Archive. "Rising Voices." (Viewed on July 26, 2017) <https://jwa.org/risingvoices>.

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