Drishat Shalom Fellowship
Drishat Shalom Fellowships are awarded to outstanding young women and men who are in college or beginning their professional or graduate careers, and who seek to join a cohort of dedicated peers to engage in deep, meaningful Torah learning.
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Spring 2017 Theme: (Dis)Order, Service, and Freedom: The Spiritual Transition from Purim to Pesach
Seminar Dates: Tuesdays, February 28, March 7, 14, 21, 28, and April 4. From 7 to 9pm.
Faculty includes Wendy Amsellem, Miriam Gedwiser, Jon Kelsen, Aaron Koller, David Silber, and Devora Steinmetz.
Fellows in the Spring 2017 cohort will participate in private sessions (on the above dates) as well as the Community Beit Midrash (Tuesdays, March 7, and April 4), hosted by Drisha and co-sponsored with Jewish Theological Seminary Rabbinical School, Mechon Hadar, Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies, Yeshivat Chovevei Torah, and Yeshivat Maharat.
Drishat Shalom Fellows are eligible to receive a $200 stipend upon successful completion of the fellowship.
Apply by February 21, 2017. Applications received after February 21 will be considered as space allows.
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