Students to Spend Winter Break in Jewish Communities Across Midwest
On Center for the Jewish Future Missions, Students Help Haiti and Explore American Jewish Communities
CJF Winter Missions to Tackle Humanitarian Aid and Leadership Development in Haiti and Jewish Communities Across U.S. Yeshiva University’s Center for the Jewish Future (CJF) will send 36 undergraduate students on two innovative service learning programs during the University’s upcoming winter intersession. From January 10-18, student leaders will take part in an array of hands-on…
Second Annual CJF Winter Break Service Learning Program to Empower 850 Underprivileged Teens
YU Students Engage in Volunteer and Service Learning Missions Around the World
Students Explore Social Justice on CJF Missions to Ukraine, Central America, Israel and the West Coast
Yeshiva University Jewish Studies Faculty to Present at Conferences, Serve as Visiting Scholars in San Francisco Area
CJF Missions Take Students to Israel, Ukraine, North and South America [flv]http://www.yu.edu/flv/Yeshiva_University_Student_Service_Learning _Winter_Missions.flv[/flv] The Nicaraguan village of Boca de la Montana appears remote and desolate in an image captured from space by a satellite; hardly the place for a hard-earned vacation. But more than a dozen Yeshiva University students accompanied by Rabbi Yosef Blau, mashgiach…
Sarah Schwartz was looking for a unique way to spend her winter break. After learning about YU’s Center for the Jewish Future (CJF) Jewish Life Coast to Coast program, she became highly intrigued. The program, now in its fourth year, sends students across the country—introducing them to leaders and members of various Jewish communities, allowing them to share their Jewish knowledge and enthusiasm.
This winter break, 30 students from Yeshiva University and other colleges across the US will visit Texas as participants in the Jewish Life Coast to Coast Service Corps run by YU’s Center for the Jewish Future (CJF). The goal of the program, sponsored by the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation, is to create a life-shaping experience for the students by immersing them in Jewish communal life, exposing them to leadership opportunities across the country and providing them with the hands-on opportunity to help rebuild hurricane-damaged areas.