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Summer Learning and Lay Leadership Experience

For 10 months a year, YU undergrads dedicate their long days to studying a synthesis of Torah and Madda
in the classrooms and batei medrash of the Wilf and Beren campuses. Under the auspices of the CJF,
they have the opportunity to bring this wisdom to life through the Summer Learning and Internship
Programs. Students will spend their days involved in high-level Torah study with prominent rabbis around
the country or developing their professional skills in significant internships that will catapult their future
careers. At the same time, they will be fully immersed in some of North America’s most exciting Jewish
communities, learning with community members, giving shiurim and volunteering in local organizations.

Previous programs have taken place in East Brunswick, NJ, Houston, TX, Boston, MA, South Bend, IN, and Kansas City, MO.

To apply, go to:  

Application Deadline: February 4th


For more information, contact Rabbi Ari Sytner at  

The Summer Learning and Internship Initiatives are a project of Yeshiva University Center for the Jewish Future - Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary