The OneVoice Movement is now accepting applications for motivated and passionate OneVoice on Campus Fellows to engage fellow students in productive dialogue and activism aimed at creating the conditions necessary for a just and peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

The Fellowship position is open to current undergraduate and graduate students for the academic year 2018-2019. Fellows must commit to working an average of 6-8 hours of work per week (with flexibility during midterms and finals), including participating in occasional evening events or weekend trainings.

Since 2002, the OneVoice Movement has been supporting the work of brave Israelis and Palestinians activists and volunteers striving for a better future. But this is a conflict with global implications and international factors, and the United States has the opportunity to play a critical role in its resolution. We believe that students can be the drivers of necessary change within their own communities, especially when empowered with critical skills, tools and resources.

OneVoice on Campus Fellows work with activists and policy experts across the globe to mobilize their fellow students, to harness the energy on their own campus, and to effectively advocate for a two state solution that will improve the lives of Israelis and Palestinians.


  • Be an active participant in ongoing training sessions

  • Recruit and mobilize a network of students to create positive change

  • Communicate weekly with campus coordinators and regional OneVoice staff

  • Help to conceptualize, organize and implement campus activities and events and report your successes in a timely fashion

  • Help to tell the story of your and your communities’ work through social media and opinion pieces

  • Keep abreast of relevant news in relation to both the Middle East and current events

  • Participate in monthly policy conference calls related to the conflict or to hear updates from our partners in Palestine, Israel and Europe

  • Support and help initiate community-based work that advances the goals of the OneVoice Movement


  • Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in the New England, Northeast, Mid-West, or Mid-Atlantic region of the United States;

  • Interested in grassroots organizing and volunteer leadership;

  • The candidate must be detail-oriented and possess excellent organization skills, as well as the ability to communicate effectively and in an articulate manner;

  • An understanding of the political dynamics in the Middle East is a plus;

  • Supporting the mission, vision and goals of the OneVoice Movement is required.


Fellows are provided a stipend in the amount of $700 per academic year ($350 per semester) on the condition of the fulfillment of expectations and duties as indicated by the OneVoice Movement. Failure to do so on the part of the Fellow may result in receiving an amount less than the full stipend as determined by the OneVoice on Campus regional staff member in accordance with the Executive Director.

To Apply:

Think the OneVoice on Campus Fellowship is for you? Click here to apply. We will contact only those candidates who meet our guidelines for the Fellowship. The OneVoice Movement is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from individuals who will contribute to its diversity. No phone calls please. 

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The OneVoice Movement is supported by the PeaceWorks Foundation, a Section 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

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