Jewish Learning Fellowship at Cornell Hillel
Jewish Learning Fellowship is a 10-week experiential, conversational seminar for students looking to deepen their understanding of Judaism on their own terms.
We will be offering two separate classes that focus on different topics:
- Topic: Sex, Love and Romance: Toward a Postmodern Jewish Ethic
- Teachers: Rabbi Ari Weiss (Executive Director, Cornell Hillel) and Sarah Kasdan (OU-JLIC Educator)
- Topic: Life's Big Questions, Or How to Get More Out of College
- Teachers: Rabbi Daniel Kasdan (OU-JLIC Educator) and Jonah Rothstein (Reform Engagement Associate, Springboard Jewish Ed. Specialist)
If you have questions or need more information about JLF before signing up, please contact Jonah Rothstein at email@example.com
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Please share an experience or belief that defines your Jewish identity
Why are you interested in being a part of the Jewish Learning Fellowship?
Which of these Jewish experiences have you previously participated in? Check all that apply.
Jewish Day School
Hebrew School/Religious School
Jewish summer camp
Birthright Israel (Taglit)
Jewish Youth Movement (i.e. BBYO, NFTY, USY, NCSY)
Other trip to Israel
Do you know someone else who would enjoy JLF? Please write their full name and Net ID here!
JLF will provide a kosher dinner at every session. Please note any other dietary restrictions that you have here.
Which seminar works best for you?
Mondays 5:30-7:15 | Sex, Love and Romance: Toward a Postmodern Jewish Ethic
Wednesdays 5:30-7:15 | Life's Big Questions, or How to Get More Out of College
Either one works for me!
Please use this space to share any questions you have about the program, or any time conflicts that you anticipate to have on any Monday or Wednesday evenings during the Fall 2018 semester.
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