The Israel Public Policy Institute (IPPI) is currently accepting applications from policy professionals and academics to join its Nonresident Fellowship Program, a unique platform where researchers and experts are invited to contribute their ideas on ways to innovate public policy in Israel and beyond. IPPI Nonresident Fellows take active part in promoting IPPI’s mission to inform the policy community and shape global policy discussions. Apply to join IPPI as a Nonresident Fellow and publish your work.
Policy experts who focus on one of IPPI’s key issue areas and wish to contribute to the organization’s mission through research and analysis in coordination with the IPPI team are encouraged to apply to the Nonresident Fellowship Program. As Fellows, IPPI researchers promote nuanced views on policy challenges in Israel and abroad, and work to the ideational renewal on the public policy challenges of the 21st century.
Nonresident Fellows are featured on our website and contribute to IPPI with research and analysis. Strong candidates should be knowledgeable in their area of expertise and adhere to IPPI’s mission and principles.
Selected Fellows will be identified under one of the institute’s four policy clusters, which include the following thematic areas:
- Environment & Sustainability
- Digital Transformation
- International Security
Duration of the program is six months and Fellows are expected to contribute at least one article in their area of expertise every two months. Fellows’ contributions will be assessed by IPPI, and if it meets the organization’s quality criteria, will be published on the organization’s website and disseminated through the IPPI network.
The Israel Public Policy Institute (IPPI) is accepting applications year-round. The application packet should include:
- A cover letter indicating the candidate’s interests and relevance to IPPI’s mission
- Two short writing samples (up to 800 words)
- Curriculum Vitae
- Applications should be sent to the following e-mail address: email@example.com