The BluePrint Fellowship brings together a select group of Russian-speaking Jewish innovators, artists, and intellectuals, to explore the link between personal identity and creativity.
What does it mean to be Jewish for someone born in the Former Soviet Union and living in the United States today? The BluePrint Fellowship offers participants the opportunity to examine and explore this question on their own terms. Chosen through a competitive application and interview process, fellows are able to bring their ideas to life and engaged in this community-wide conversation.
BLUEPRINT FELLOWSHIP REQUIREMENTS
— Fellows must be Russian-speaking Jews between the ages of 25 and 40, residing in the NYC area.
— Fellows must have an original concept for a community project with an explicitly Jewish theme and an anticipated impact on at least 50 people.
— Fellows must participate in the program fully, including a three-day weekend retreat and 8 evening workshops, which take place monthly on weeknights.
— Fellows must implement their community projects within the Fellowship year, including a public launch event.