Shamayim Campus Fellowship

The Shamayim Campus Fellowship is a program that gives Jewish vegetarian and vegan college students the tools and support they need to educate their communities about animal advocacy. Fellows host on-campus events, attend monthly learning calls with different leaders of the Jewish and animal advocacy communities, and earn a stipend at the end of the year-long fellowship. 

Through the Shamayim Campus Fellowship, students learn valuable leadership skills, educate themselves and their peers about animal advocacy, and create a lasting change in their communities. A campus fellow will have the opportunity to work directly with the Shamayim team. We will help you hone your activism and leadership skills, develop a plan on how to make animal advocacy a talking point on your campus, and supply you with the tools and funding necessary for tabling, serving vegan food, and other outreach activities.  

Fellows attend several training calls, complete campus projects, and have other learning opportunities. Fellows can receive reimbursement for campus projects.

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Meet this year’s fellows!

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