Sunday, June 5, 2011
Caroline Kessler Receives Goldman Fellowship
Senior creative writing major Caroline Kessler has been awarded the American Jewish Committee's Goldman Fellowship. She will be spending nine weeks working in Warsaw, Poland, at the Forum for Dialogue Among Nations, a non-profit organization that promotes religious tolerance through education.
"This summer experience combines several of my interests—interreligious relations, youth education, non-profit organization, living abroad, and Jewish history. I feel very privileged to have this opportunity and hope that it will guide me in my post-graduate plans," said Caroline, who will graduate in December 2011 and is one of ten fellows out of approximately 150 who applied.
To learn more about the Goldman Fellowship Program, visit the American Jewish Committee's website.