Jewish Learning Fellowship

Or how to get the most out of college through Judaism...

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-course 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.

We will be offering three specialized cohorts, with three different focuses!

"All About Relationships" with the Attias

"Life's Big Questions" with Kayla & Jen

"Does it all really matter?" with Lilli and Brian

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

Application due by 5:00pm on Wednesday October 7th.

Click HERE to sign up!

 

​​Call us:

1-607-777-3424

​Find us: 

4400 Vestal Pkwy. E, UUW 208B

Binghamton, New York 13902-6000

​​Email us:

hillel@binghamton.edu

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