Jewish Learning Fellowship at Michigan State University
The Jewish Learning Fellowship (JLF) is a 10-week experiential, conversational seminar that invites Spartans to deepen their understanding of Judaism on their own terms. This means we’ll ask big questions. You know, stuff like Who am I? What communities am I a part of? What is worth committing myself to, and why? And we don’t purport to have any of the big answers.
We are a pluralistic organization, which means that we celebrate the vibrancy in Jewish life; the goal of JLF is to give students the space to explore what being Jewish could mean to you.
This semester’s JLF meetings will occur on Monday evenings at 6:30pm (don’t worry, we’ll feed you dinner every week) starting September 18th and ending November 20th. We will also spend Shabbat dinner together on Friday, October 20th.
To apply for JLF, please fill out the form below.
The Jewish Learning Fellowship was founded in 2007 at the Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life at New York University and is run and operated through Hillel International’s Office of Innovation.