Jewish learning is a cornerstone of any Jewish community, and BU Hillel staff offer creative, fun and meaningful cohort opportunities open to the entire campus. In addition, they are available for one-on-one learning and individual pastoral care. Feel free to contact any of them to set up a time to meet. They are happy to learn with students from beginner level to expert on any Jewish subject. All questions are welcome and everyone is invited.
- Rabbi Elie Lehmann, Campus Rabbi & Senior Jewish Educator, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Reb Jevin Eagle, Executive Director, email@example.com
Here are a sampling of sermons from our rabbinic staff.
Jewish Learning Fellowship (JLF)
JLF is a 10-week (with a stipend) immersive learning fellowship, talking about life topics such as friendship, honesty, betrayal, art of disagreeing, intimacy, and more – all while making new friends. The course is offered each semester, with applications going out at the beginning of the semester and the one prior. All BU students are encouraged to apply. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
During the 2018-19 year, two JLF classes will be offered each semester:
- JLF: Discovering Yourself – FALL
- JLF: Work & Identity (for JRs and SRs) – FALL
- JLF: Discovering Yourself – SPRING
- JLF: Social Justice Themed – SPRING
IACTx: Israel Training Series
IACTx is a 6-week (with a stipend) course open to all BU students, and offered each semester. Registration takes place at the beginning of the semester. The course covers a broad range of topical issues related to Isreali politics, culture and people. Contact email@example.com .
Wine and Judaism
An introduction to wine history and geography, wine tasting, and the role of wine within Judaism. Each session will include learning, discussion, and tasting. This course is open to all students (tasting will only be available to students who are over 21).
Taught by Reb Jevin Eagle firstname.lastname@example.org.
In our tight-knit community, we have a unique opportunity to learn one-on-one with Rabbi Elie, Rabbi Yehuda and Sarah. They offer their time to students wherever they may be on their Jewish journey as they explore how Jewish identity is relevant in their lives. They are happy to learn with students from beginner level to expert on any Jewish subject. All questions are welcome and everyone is invited.
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For more information about Jewish learning, reach out to our wonderful staff:
- Rabbi Elie Lehmann, Campus Rabbi & Educator email@example.com
Introduction to Hebrew: Aviva Reichgott
BU Hillel, 1st Floor Library – Wednesday Evenings
Exactly what its title says, this interesting and enjoyable course is intended for students with little to no background in the language, and includes reading in Hebrew and conducting elementary conversations. The course is free of charge, and a choice of three class times on Wednesday evenings are available: 5:00 – 6:00 pm, 6:00 – 7:00 pm, or 7:00 – 8:00 pm. Contact Aviva Reichgott at firstname.lastname@example.org.