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Project Interchange (PI) is an American program that arranges visits to Israel and educational seminars there for American and international leaders in different fields. Established in 1982, PI is run by the American Jewish Committee,
Each year, PI invites 300 professionals from journalism, religion, government, health care, security, and academia to participate. Since 1982, over 5,000 participants from over 60 countries have attended PI programs
Each PI delegation's week-long visit is customized to emphasize their specific interests. Activities include site visits and meetings with Israeli professionals, policy-makers and officials.
In 2008, PI offered 25 seminars for more than 300 participants, including university presidents, clergy, journalists, public health leaders, state officials, Rhodes Scholars, UN ambassadors, immigration and integration experts, and environmental experts.
On their return to their home countries, PI encourages participants to write articles, give interviews, begin collaborations with partner organizations in Israel, and get involved with local issues of common concern with the Jewish community.