The Union for Reform Judaism’s Klal Yisrael Fellowship is truly unique among young adult fellowships. The fellowship brings together innovative young global Jewish leaders to develop their leadership potential, while learning from and with each other more about progressive Jewish life through spiritual, social justice, cultural, and educational frames.

In collaboration with the World Union for Progressive Judaism and the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism, the Klal Yisrael fellowship is established by a generous grant from Betty and Arthur Roswell (New Jersey, US) and matching funds from the URJ to cultivate Reform young adults as agents of change around the world. 

The generous funding from the Roswell Foundation and the URJ covers all costs for the in-person seminars, webinars, and other educational resources.

Fellows are eligible to apply for matching microgrants to seed the development and implementation of their project.