Applications Open for Cohort 6 of the URJ Klal Yisrael fellowship

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Applications for cohort 6 of the URJ Klal Yisrael fellowship, run in partnership with the World Union and the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism (IMPJ), are open. 

The Klal Yisrael fellowship is a leadership seminar for world-wide progressive Judaism, inspiring global young adult Jewish leaders to be change agents around the world. 

The fellowship is looking for young adults age 21-30 who are actively engaged in the Reform/Progressive Jewish community and have innovative ideas for how to strengthen Reform Jewish life and values in the 21st century.

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The only global communal gathering for Reform brings together young Jews from all around the world to participate in three week-long seminars throughout the year United States (December 29th, 2019 – January 5th, 2020), Israel (March 4-11, 2020), and Europe (August 26 – September 2, 2020)and allows them to:

              • engage in deep study and conversation about topics and trends facing Reform Jewish life and the Jewish world;
              • have face-to-face meetings with Jewish leaders and innovators who are making a difference locally and internationally;
              • create of a cohort of young adult Reform Jews to engage in collective Jewish problem-solving during the scope of the fellowship and beyond.

The generous funding from the Roswell Family Foundation and the URJ covers airfare/train to/from the seminars, and all ground and program costs during the seminars.

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To be part of this cohort, fill the application form until September 20.

Share this opportunity with young adult leaders in your network, and let Klal Yisrael know of anyone you highly recommend.

For more information about the fellowship please visit the Klal Yisrael website and if you have any questions contact Rabbi Reuven Greenvald at or 212-650-4112.