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Tailor-Made Israel Educational Opportunities for Global Leaders

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Prominent Alumni

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Ioannes Kasoulides
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cyprus
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Justice Sonia Sotomayor
Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States  
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Ajit Doval
National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister of India
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Dr. David Skorton
Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution and former President, Cornell

One Week in Israel Inspires Global Impact

AJC Project Interchange’s two dozen annual tailor-made educational delegations provide invited global leaders the opportunity to interact with a broad cross-section of experts and officials who represent Israel's diverse society. That’s why Project Interchange alumni regularly refer to us as the premier educational institute dedicated to connecting leaders worldwide with Israel.

Project Interchange has earned a reputation for bringing diverse, nonpartisan thought leaders, journalists, scholars, and government officials to explore Israel and interact with its world-class experts and decision-makers. In intimate settings, participants delve into topics dominating the headlines and those “beyond the headlines,” as they travel the country. These interactions have an impact beyond the conference room; they build networks and coalitions, and stimulate action in the real world.

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