We’re excited to start up the Jewish Learning Fellowship here at UW!
JLF provides a forum for intellectual and experiential learning for students looking to deepen their understanding of Judaism. We make no claims about the “right” way to practice or not to practice Judaism. Our job is to help you explore tradition in a safe space, and find your own place, on your terms, Jewishly. We’ll be asking life’s big questions, through a Jewish textual lens. Some of the topics we’ll be covering: Judaism: Community of Memory or Lifestyle Enclave? How do I Rest? How do we Disagree?
JLF meets once a week, for 8 weeks, for an hour and a half. And of course, we’ll feed you a meal every week! Fellows earn a $300 stipend upon completion of the fellowship – because we know how valuable and important your time is.
Our cohort is full for Spring Quarter 2020, but if you have questions/are interested in learning more, email Avishai!