A select group of 23 Yeshiva University undergraduate students are participating in a leadership mission intended to provide students with the skills and information to run Israel educational and social action programs in high schools and communities upon their return to the United States.
Yeshiva University’s Presidential Fellowship in University and Community Leadership provides graduates of Yeshiva College, Stern College for Women and Sy Syms School of Business with an opportunity to give back to their alma mater.
More than 40 rabbis from the United States and Canada will gather in Teaneck, NJ, under the auspices of Yeshiva University (YU) Sept. 12-14. The two-and-a half day event, called a yarchei kallah and facilitated by Rabbi Jacob J. Schacter, senior scholar of the Center for the Jewish Future (CJF), will offer spiritual leaders in the Modern Orthodox community opportunities for study, sharing, and growth related to the many facets of rabbinic, congregational, and community life.
Yeshiva high school students from around the United States gathered March 13-15 in Houston, TX, for “If We are for Ourselves, Who are We?”, a student leadership development conference. One in a series sponsored by Eimatai, an initiative of Yeshiva University (YU), it addressed balancing responsibilities related to world humanitarian issues and Jewish communal needs.
Yeshiva high school students from around the United States gathered Oct. 31-Nov. 2 at a retreat center in the Poconos for “One Nation Under God,” a leadership development conference sponsored by Eimatai, an initiative of Yeshiva University. This project is designed to help teens balance their dual identities.
Yeshiva University President Richard M. Joel today announced the appointment of Rabbi Kenneth Brander of Boca Raton, FL, as the inaugural dean of the Center for the Jewish Future, effective July 1, 2005.
Eleven fellows will assume positions in departments around campus, under a presidential initiative to train YU graduates for leadership roles in Jewish communal life.
Some 800 guests gathered yesterday at Manhattan’s Grand Hyatt to experience Jewish scholarship firsthand and honor individuals who have devoted their lives to Torah lishmah—learning for its own sake.
As President Richard M. Joel announced at his recent Town Hall meetings, Yeshiva University is offering a new leadership initiative that will provide a unique opportunity for graduates of Yeshiva College, Stern College for Women, and Sy Syms School of Business.
Yeshiva University President Richard M. Joel used his second series of Town Hall meetings to advance his ideas for Graduate Leadership Fellowships and enhanced Israel study, as well as a thorough review of capital projects and academic needs.