2019 APPLICATION PROCESS:
Evidence of leadership
Hungry for change
Interested in dealing with difference
Born in Palestine or Israel, or a citizen of Palestine or Israel, or regard Palestine or Israel as home.
Aged between 18-32 years of age as of June 2019.
A full time university student or graduate or young professional.
Available to participate fully, including all orientation sessions and for a full uninterrupted 7 weeks in Washington DC from June 10th-July 31st.
In possession of a valid passport or travel document and can obtain a USA B1 Visa by June.
Fit and healthy to travel and participate in the program.
Possess the financial resources to cover visa and travel expenses. Alternatively, will fundraise, find sponsor or apply for an NSL Scholarship.
Willing to demonstrate active leadership through service by planning and implementing a pilot-demonstration of their Project for Change between February and June
Send us the following at firstname.lastname@example.org (Deadline extended to Jan 15th)
A resume that makes you a compelling candidate for a Congressional or other high-level work placement in Washington, DC.
A motivation letter (no more than 3 paragraphs) describing the kind of person you think NSL is looking for and why you are that person.
A 2-3 minute video introducing yourself. (Get Creative!) OPTIONAL
After reviewing your resume and motivation letter we will email you the NSL Application.
If your application makes us believe that you would be a good fit for NSL, we will reach out to you for a Skype Interview.
Our final round of interviews will be in-person interviews in the region.