We just received news of a new 2 week social entrepreneurship fellowship for those interested in Jewish-Muslim relationships.
The Ariane de Rothschild Fellows Program: Dialogue & Social Entrepreneurship will take place this summer on the campus of Columbia University in NY.
“An initiative of the Edmond de Rothschild Foundation, the Ariane de Rothschild Fellows Program: Dialogue & Social Entrepreneurship is a new innovative program designed for social entrepreneurs with an interest in fostering a culture of mutual respect and dialogue among Jewish and Muslim communities.”
This is a really interesting looking program that will bring together social entrepreneurs, leading researchers, and others and give the entrepreneurs a valuable help — including a 360 assessment of their ventures and private coaching — and insights into their ‘markets’.
Check out the site — ADRFellowProgram.com — and see if this works for all you social entrepreneurs working on Jewish-Muslim relations. BTW, they will have great historians and social scientists from Cambridge on site to work with the social entrepreneurs.
Should more foundations and schools be work with social entrepreneurs based on their regions of action? Is this a good organizing principal?