Genkin is entering her senior year at Binghamton
University, where she is a JFEW SUNY Scholar in International
Relations and Global Affairs: a two-year program providing scholarship support,
monthly seminars and a paid internship for women with an interest in global
affairs and based at the SUNY Global Center Levin Institute in
Manhattan. She writes: One year into the program,
I am so grateful to be a part of this platform for networking and professional
development, which has provided me with more than what I could imagine. Read
more about Alice and the Scholars Program.
Fernandez currently teaches geometry at the City College Academy of the Arts.
Trained as an electrical engineer, she attended Teachers College with a
scholarship from JFEW for women who commit to teach in the NYC public schools
for at least two years following graduation. She writes: It is an honor to be a
NYC public school teacher. I have great esteem for this system because I am a
product of it. I am also grateful for the opportunity to teach in the community
I grew up in, and wish to thank JFEW for making this a reality. Read more about
Ben-David is a recent graduate of Stern
College for Women, where she was part of the JFEW Science
Fellows Program that provides scholarship support and also funds internships and
research to women majoring in science. She writes: I owe a debt of gratitude to
the women who started JFEW and those women who ensure that it promotes the
education of young women today. Thank you for your generosity and for starting
me on my path in science and medicine. Read more about Geulah.