Jewish Learning Fellowships

JLF is dedicated to extending Jewish learning opportunities to the broadest spectrum of Jewish students. Through relevant classes, thought-provoking discussions, and transformative trips and social events, our goal is to inspire a life-long love affair with Jewish learning and living. To do so, we encourage the development of a vibrant, tolerant campus community in which everyone is welcomed and valued. We are committed to offering guidance and opportunities at each step of a student's personal Jewish journey.

For information on any JLF program, contact Rabbi Moshe Trepp at theenglishrabbi@gmail.com or Rabbi Yaakov Kirschbaum at ytkirschbaum@gmail.com

JLF I - Exploring Judaism’s most controversial issues

JLF II - A deep look into Judaism’s fundamentals

Sign up here: http://jewishlearningfellowships.com/jewish-learning/

 

Executive Mentorship Program

The Executive Mentorship Program is a new program offering students the opportunity to build lasting relationship with executive level mentors who are guided by Jewish values, gain perspective and insights about success culled from Jewish wisdom and honed through experience, and form a strong community of high caliber and like-minded business students and alumni.

For more information visit: https://www.facebook.com/Mentorship.JLF

 

Hebrew

Build a strong foundation of the Hebrew language, while discovering its beauty and depth.

Background in Hebrew not needed. https://www.facebook.com/JLFHebrew

 

Poland: March 13-20

Poland was home to Jews for almost a thousand years and produced some of the greatest Jewish scholars, philosophers, scientists, and artists. Our journey to Poland deals with a thousand years of life as well as the tragic end of one of the world’s greatest Jewish communities. We will visit synagogues and cemeteries to meet the giants of Polish Jewry, the Chassidic courts of Galicia, as well as the cultural centers. Along with discovering the rich life and heritage of Jews in Poland, we come face-to-face with the evil destruction of European Jewry during the Holocaust. We will pay tribute to victims of the Holocaust while visiting the ghettos and death camps. Together we will find sparks of light from the darkness, and affirm that despite all we have been through “Am Yisrael Chai” – the Jewish people live on.

Space is limited. Apply now at www.TexasPoland.com, http://jewishlearningfellowships.com/poland-trips/