Travel with ACCESS
See the World with American Jewish Committee (AJC)
ACCESS offers young leaders unique domestic and international travel experiences, enabling them to hone their diplomacy skills at high-level meetings and conferences.
ACCESS Signature missions bring delegations of young professionals to foreign destinations such as Germany and Japan to participate in international conferences that focus on AJC’s priority issues.
Allianz - AJC ACCESS Third Generation Initiative (TGI) Mission to Berlin in partnership with Germany Close Up. ACCESS is excited to offer this exciting opportunity to engage in diplomacy and leadership development. A group of ACCESS leaders are able to engage in an essential conversation about the personal and political legacy of the Holocaust. Applications for the 2023 trip are now closed.
AJC Asia Pacific Institute - ACCESS Kakehashi Mission to Japan- This unparalleled opportunity brings a cohort of ACCESS leaders to Japan in the winter. ACCESS leaders will learn and engage with Japanese diplomats and civic leaders. Applications for the 2023 trip are now closed.
ACCESS Global Leadership Missions bring together ACCESS leaders and global partners to engage in high-level diplomatic, civil society, and bridge-building opportunities.
The AJC - Mimouna Michael Sachs Emerging Leaders Fellowship – a joint partnership between AJC ACCESS and the Mimouna Association – is a six-month program focused on expanding understanding of Jewish culture in North Africa, Moroccan culture in Israel, and channeling resumed diplomatic ties between the two countries to promote more robust Middle East engagement. The Sachs Fellowship hosts virtual meetings to study topics of mutual concern, including the history of Jewish life in Morocco, Arab perspectives on the Holocaust, the role of religion in conflict and its resolution, and storytelling as a tool for diplomacy. The Moroccan, American, and Israeli Fellows build upon their virtual experience throughout a ten-day mission to Morocco and Israel with regular dialogue regarding their unique identities, policy priorities, and personal interests. Applications for the next cohort of the Sachs Fellowship can be found here and will close in early October 2023.