The economy, science, and strong personalities are key
drivers of innovation within society. We enable people to harness their potential in these areas.
We support young people throughout their educational careers and help them develop their talents and competencies.
We foster the ability of young people to make economic judgments so that they can help shape society.
The New Bridge study program focuses on young professionals and prospective executives who have so far been underrepresented in the transatlantic community. The American visiting groups, who travel to Germany and Europe several times a year, are thus given the opportunity to take part in an...
The Joachim Herz Foundation offers an internship program for trainees who want to gain on-the-job experience in the United States.
The Joachim Herz Foundation helps to establish exchange programs between vocational schools in Germany and colleges in the United States – and supports existing programs – with grants of up to €20,000.
Are you interested in the economy and do you like debating with other people? If so, this is right up your alley!
Working in partnership with Bucerius Law School, the Joachim Herz Foundation organizes a transatlantic exchange program entitled “the Joachim Herz U.S. Exchange Program at Bucerius Law School for Young Legal Scholars.”
Working in conjunction with the Atlanta Chapter of ARCS Foundation Inc., the Joachim Herz Foundation awards four grants a year to gifted young scientists in the fields of natural sciences and medicine.
British scientist Nicola Spaldin is to receive the 2022 Hamburg Prize for Theoretical Physics. Currently serving as Professor of Materials Theory at ETH Zurich, Spaldin is a trailblazer in the development of a new class of materials known as...
Projects with and within the United States play an especially important role for the Joachim Herz Foundation on account of its founder’s close ties with the country. We believe that it is now more important than ever to deepen transatlantic exchange...