These outstanding individuals promote inclusion, foster collaboration across difference, and demonstrate leadership that empowers others to make positive social change.
We are now accepting applications for our annual El-Hibri Scholarships, for undergraduate or graduate student leaders who have demonstrated moral courage and a commitment to advancing American Muslim inclusion and understanding.
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Four positions are available in philanthropic mapping, grants management, outreach and digital media, and events coordination. Gain experience in philanthropy and nonprofits, and learn about collective action, capacity building, and inclusion efforts within American Muslim community nonprofits.
February 3, 2016 - The El-Hibri Foundation welcomed President Barack Obama’s visit to the Islamic Society of Baltimore today, where he delivered a speech surrounded by local and national American Muslim community leaders. The visit marked an historic occasion as his first visit to an American mosque during his presidency.
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