LAMM FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
MJE Fellowships, now in its 14th Year with 207 graduates to date is a select cadre of MJE participants with little or no prior Jewish education who have expressed a desire to move their Jewish learning to the next level. The program seeks to educate and helps to produce knowledgeable and passionate leaders for the future. The fellowship was dedicated in honor of Rabbi Dr. Norman Lamm for his years of extraordinary scholarship and leadership on behalf of the Jewish people.
APPLICATIONS FOR OUR 2021-2022 FELLOWSHIP CLASS ARE OPEN
Applications for the MJE Fellowship are currently open for the 2021-2022 class!
Priority is given to people who have been active in the MJE community and have had a limited Jewish education. All applicants must be in their 20s or 30s and recommended by an MJE educator.
To inquire about the program further, email Dr. Adena Berkowitz at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Zahava Schwartz at email@example.com
The Fellowship classes covers a wide range of Jewish topics, to form a well rounded curriculum. From characters, stories, and themes in Tanach, to practical Jewish law, Jewish history and Jewish Philosophy, and everything in between, the MJE Fellowship classes afford the participant the fundamentals of what it means to be a Jew. The curriculum is split into two parts: Next Level and Fellowship @ 9:15. Next Level courses are at 8 PM and Fellowship @ 9:15 is every Wednesday at 9:15 PM. Check out this year's courses below!
Here are just a few benefits of participating: an amazing year of spiritual growth and camaraderie, free access to Fellowship teachers, curricula and classes, an $1800 scholarship to Israel trip in August 2021, personal Jewish library ($350 value), discounted tefillin and mezuzot, free admission to select MJE events, half-price admission and transportation to Spring Retreat in June, fall and spring community Shabbatons for only $36, and an educational mentor from MJE staff!
Israel Trip- Heavily subsidized Tanach/Bible learning trip to Israel
Social Events- Periodic gatherings to help connect the group socially
Field Trips- YU Book Sale, Kosher tour of Whole Foods, Matza factory tour
Shabbatons- In suburban communities to expose Fellows to the broader Jewish family life and community
Mentorship- Each Fellow is assigned a mentor from the MJE staff to get the most from the program.