Immediate Financial Need
Slifka can offer grants to students in financial distress. These funds can be used to facilitate access to abortion for Yale students and their family members. Reach out to a member of the clergy team (Rabbi Jason Rubenstein, Rachel Leiken and Rabbi Alex Ozar) to talk through your specific needs.
General Grants and Programming Funding
Slifka also has the resources to support your project or program. Fill out this form to submit an application for a general grant or for funding for a program. Examples of general grants include a stipend to support working an unpaid internship or funding for a production for a play. Examples of programming funding include wanting to host a speaker or putting together an event at Slifka. Please reach out to Aviva Green with any questions.
For grants, there are three deadlines throughout the semester. Applications will be reviewed in between and grant allocations made accordingly.
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Slifka has funding for summer research and internships in Israel. Applications should be submitted through the Yale Grants and Fellowships database.
The Blanksteen Curatorial Fellowship
Summer 2024 Dates TBD
The Blanksteen Curatorial Fellowship provides a $5250 stipend for current Yale students (undergraduates and graduates) and recent graduates to participate in a full time internship at the Jewish Museum in New York City. Fellows will have the opportunity to join the curatorial team of the Jewish Museum and develop their knowledge of exhibition realization in a professional, supportive environment. Fellows will work on projects within their individual departments. In addition to working on exhibition projects in the Jewish Museum Curatorial Department, Blanksteen Fellows will spend a portion of their work hours participating in the Jewish Museum’s Virtual Summer Institute (VSI). The VSI runs from June to August and is an introduction to every aspect of work at the Jewish Museum happening both onsite and virtually. Contact Aviva Green with questions.
Slifka Arts Grants
Slifka Center also strives to support Yale’s student artists through the Slifka Arts Grant program. These grants are used to support on-campus dramatic, musical, dance, video or film productions, literary publications, and exhibitions with Jewish content. Contact Aviva Green (firstname.lastname@example.org) to find out how to fund your project.