The Tikvah Fund is hosting an evening with Yuval Levin and Leon Wieseltier next week at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C. on "America, Israel, and the Future of Liberal Democracy." Here are the details:
Young professionals and college and graduate students interested in Jewish affairs are invited to a policy discussion and information session with the Tikvah Fund on Thursday, January 19th. Hosted at the Hudson Institute, the evening will commence at 7 pm with a discussion on “America, Israel, and the Future of Liberal Democracy.” Panelists include Leon Wieseltier, literary editor of The New Republic and author of Kaddish; and Yuval Levin, founding editor of National Affairs magazine. Immediately following the panel, the Tikvah Fund will present, over dessert, three stipend-bearing opportunities that it is offering to students and young professionals in 2012: a two-week summer seminar at Princeton for undergraduates; a five-week seminar in Israel on the intellectual and historical underpinnings of Zionism for those between the ages of 20-29; and a fellowship combining academic and work experience for individuals with at least a college degree, but also open to those possessing more advanced degrees or professional experience. RSVP through the event Facebook page, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.