Finance Alumni Internship Initiative Named 2016 NACE Members Choice Award Finalist The Finance Alumni Internship Initiative, a program organized by Yeshiva University’s Career Center, has been designated a 2016 National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Members Choice Award finalist. The initiative connects students with summer internship opportunities through alumni and employers in addition to […]
Yeshiva University’s Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS) has introduced The Huberfeld Family Semikha Leadership Initiative, a three year fellowship at RIETS designed to mold future leaders of the American rabbinate.
A unique and far-reaching program aimed at addressing the myriad opportunities and challenges facing Modern Orthodox rabbis in 21st century America is being established at Yeshiva University.
Teach for Israel, a Yeshiva University initiative launched by undergraduates this winter, is revolutionizing how Jewish high school students learn about their spiritual homeland. As part of the program, 20 YU students will fan out to yeshiva high schools nationwide to teach juniors and seniors Israel advocacy and awareness.
Yeshiva University (YU) students have launched a campaign to raise awareness of widespread poverty in Israel. The grassroots, student-run campaign called L’man Achai (for the sake of our brothers) will educate and strive to enable the American community to alleviate poverty in Israel. University President Richard M. Joel endorsed the initiative and commended the students for undertaking this effort.
Eleven students who graduated from Yeshiva University (YU) in May 2004 are returning to their alma mater this month to work as graduate fellows in a program created under a presidential initiative.