Jewish Learning Fellowship
What do I do when my roommate drunk-eats my Oreos (again)? What does G-d think about my Tinder profile? These are the questions college students are asking in 2017. Since its inception at NYU's Bronfman Center in 2007, the Jewish Learning Fellowship has evolved from a 20 person program to educating over 125 Jewish students in downtown Manhattan each semester. Our curriculum is being adapted to teach JLF on 25 campuses across the United States.
On the Jewish Learning Fellowships' 10th anniversary, we need your help to catapult JLF to the next level of impact. At this polarizing time in our country, we want to bring together those with different opinions and perspectives in our own community and through partnerships with other communities. The Jewish Learning Fellowship offers an intimate and consistent cohort experience that builds trust and community through conversations about serious issues through the lens of our tradition (the Torah).
This past year, we've offered relevant seminars with adaptive curriculums, like:
- "Life's Big Questions"
- "Expressive Judaism: Beyond the Chanukah Song",
- "Sex, Love, and Romance"
- "#nastywomen study torah"
- "Envisioning the Mountain Top: Black & Jewish Dialogues"
- "Social Justice as a Spiritual Practice"
Support the Jewish Learning Fellowship and help us build compassion and critical consciousness in next generation.