Jewish Learning Fellowship Spring 2020
The Jewish Learning Fellowship is a 10-week class on big Jewish ideas, taught by Hillels of Memphis Director Sophie Bloch. There will be a pilot cohort at both Rhodes College and University of Memphis during Spring semester of 2020. Each class will be held once a week during the semester at each school, and the specific days/times of the meetings will be determined once the cohort is finalized based on the availability of students. No prior Jewish education or knowledge is required. Space is limited. Eligible students who participate fully in the Fellowship will receive a $300 stipend upon completion.
1. Why Learn? The power and practice of learning
2. How big is your story?
3. Community of Memories vs. Lifestyle Enclave
4. The Sabbath: A Practice for Rest
5. Friendship, Honesty, and Betrayal
6. Passover as a story: What is My Identity?
7. How do we Disagree?
8. The Art of Collaboration
9. On Intimacy
10. Continuing to Learn while Living the Questions
11. FAQ and Saying Goodbye
Anticipated Graduation Year
We want to get to know you better. What is your Jewish story?
How did you hear about the Jewish Learning Fellowship?
Which of these, if any, have you previously participated in?
Jewish summer camp
Jewish Youth Group
Jewish Day School
None of the above
There will be snacks! Do you have any dietary restrictions we should be aware of? (all food will be certified kosher)
Are there any accommodations we can provide to help make JLF more accessible for you? (e.g. bigger text, more one-on-one learning than group discussion, etc.)
JLF is a program of Hillel International on over 130 campuses across North America! Should you be accepted to the program, you will receive occasional communications from JLF, such as retreats, contests, and surveys to help Hillel understand your experience in the program.
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