Life's Big Questions:

Or how to get more out of college through Judaism...

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College is often the first time that we get to decide who we want to be in a lot of our identities.  For the first time, we’re on own… so who do we want to be?  What communities am I a part of?  What do I want to do with my life?  What is my religion?  Do I need one?  What do I really want to learn and why?  Who do I want to hang out with?  While these are universal questions, we believe they can be illuminated through the unique light of Jewish traditions.  In this 10-week seminar, we will explore what it means to be a twenty-something Jewish individual in the world.  We will try to explore the often complex questions with which we are faced upon our arrival at college in a way that enables us to find our own answers, but also to ask even more big questions.

 

Classes will be at 7:30-9:00pm (unless noted otherwise to accommodate the end of holidays) on Tuesday nights. The dates are:

September 25

October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

November 6, 13, 27

December 4

 

Students are eligible for a $300 stipend for completing the seminar.

 

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