Old City Jerusalem

Israel Learning
Fellowship

Kol Yisrael

 

The Kol Yisrael learning cohort is a 6-week educational opportunity for students to explore the multitude of cultures that make Israel such a special place. During this experience, students will have the opportunity to learn about different community groups cultures, ethnicities, and minorities that live in Israel. Sessions will be led by UF Hillel's Israel Fellow, Nofar Abutbul.

 

Students in the fellowship will have the opportunity to deepen their understanding of meaningful past and current events, develop a personal connection to Israel, and learn about the complicity and beauty of the Israeli society that makes it so unique. Fellows can earn a stipend at the end of the program.

The Israel Learning Fellowship will be held in person at UF Hillel.

Schedule

Kol Yisrael will meet weekly on Thursdays from 3:00-4:15 pm beginning September 29.

The cohort will not meet on October 20.

Applications will close on September 23.

Questions? Please contact Nofar Abutbul at nabutbul@ufhillel.org


 

Unpacking the Conflict

 

The Unpacking the Conflict learning cohort is a 6-week educational opportunity for students to dive into all elements of the geo-political conflicts of Israel and its neighbors. Each week, sessions will focus on a specific piece of the conflict, exploring historical and current events of different regions and how they affect the people living there. Students will also be given guidance as to how they can advocate with confidence and learn how to have productive conversations with those who have different perspectives about Israel. 

 

Sessions will be led by UF Hillel's Israel Fellow, Nofar Abutbul, and a variety of guest speakers. Fellows can earn a stipend at the end of the program.

 

Schedule

Unpack the conflict will meet weekly on Wednesday from 3:00-4:15 pm beginning September 28.

Applications will close on September 23.

Questions? Please contact Nofar Abutbul at nabutbul@ufhillel.org

The Application for Israel Learning Cohorts Fall 2022 is now closed. Please contact Nofar with any questions or if you are interested in applying for a future cohort.