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Celebrating Those Who Celebrate YU

Celebrating Those Who Celebrate YU

Four Honorees Receive Awards at Inaugural Volunteer Appreciation Event The enthusiasm and devotion of volunteers are often the elements that make the difference between a good and a great institution. On Tuesday, January 10, the offices of Alumni Affairs, Annual Giving, the Career Center and the President organized the inaugural Volunteer Appreciation Reception to celebrate

YU Receives Schusterman Foundation Grant to Expand Volunteer Work in Needy Communities

Each year more than 900 Yeshiva University undergraduates participate in a wide variety of service programs through YU’s Center for the Jewish Future (CJF). In recognition of this significant commitment to providing service programs to the Jewish community and to humanity, the CJF has been awarded a first-time grant of $168,000 from the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation for service-focused alternative winter and summer break programs.

Yeshiva University’s Special Leadership Program Takes Students to Northern Israel to Learn and Volunteer

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.

STUDENTS ON YESHIVA UNIVERSITY’S ‘JEWISH LIFE COAST-TO-COAST’ PROGRAM VOLUNTEER WITH COMMUNITIES DURING WINTER BREAK

Undergraduate students from Yeshiva University (YU), under the direction of The Center for the Jewish Future (CJF), will bring their Jewish knowledge and enthusiasm for learning to different Jewish communities as part of the new Jewish Life Coast-to-Coast program.

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