Hartman Fellowship for Emerging Jewish Thought Leaders: [email protected]
The Jewish people are facing important questions about citizenship, nationalism, democracy and the societies in which we live. COVID-19 has already reshaped our attitudes about collective community and what it means to be ‘at-home,’ and is raising issues of theology, spirituality, and social responsibility.
Join this national cohort of exceptional high school students and meet virtually with top Hartman scholars like Tal Becker, Elana Stein Hain, Yehuda Kurtzer, and Mijal Bitton to grapple with these issues through interactive webinars, study groups, and intimate discussions for a month-long exploration of Jewish peoplehood, at-homeness, and the contemporary challenges facing North American Jewish identity in this moment.
Tuesday, July 7 – Wednesday, August 5, 2020
A limited number of North American high school students graduating in 2020, 2021 or 2022.
Additional Fellowship Details:
- Approximately 7-8 hours of virtual programming, small discussion groups, self-directed study or project creation per week
- Most programming will occur between 12:45 -3:30 pm EDT, Monday – Friday
- Fellowship will culminate in peer-led educational experiences
- Participation in the program is fully subsidized; there is no cost to the student
Applications have closed for this fellowship.
Questions? Contact Justin Pines, Director of New York, Shalom Hartman Institute of North America
Community Partners (in formation)
- Camp Stone
- Camp Yavneh
- Diller Teen Fellowship
- Foundation for Jewish Camp
- Jewish Federation and Family Services of Orange County
- Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle
- Ramah Camping Movement
- The Szarvas Fellowships – administered by The Ronald S. Lauder Foundation, in association with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
- UJA-Federation of New York
- URJ Camps/NFTY