Since starting the Naomi Chazan Fellowship in 2015, 27 Australians have participated in the program.
Today they are working in law, as teachers, health professionals and much more. All of them are striving, in their own way, to make the world a better place. They are part of our growing alumni community.
Some have experience as leaders in the Zionist youth movements, on campus with AUJS, in their shules or with Jewish social justice organisations, others volunteer to help refugees or Indigenous Australians.