Partners in Torah’s OU Fellowship is your chance to continue the inspiration of your Birthright Israel trip and receive a cash stipend for participating in a weekly learning program. The program is limited to only 120 students for the year 2019.
- Create a close relationship with a mentor in your professional field via weekly learning sessions.
- Explore Jewish topics that interest you – over the phone, on your schedule.
- Each study session is between 45 and 60 minutes a week.
- six sessions completed – $75
- fourteen sessions completed – $200.
- The program is limited to 120 confirmed registrants.
What will I study? Jewish Philosophy, Ethics, or Holidays OR design your own learning experience based on the topics that interest you most.
Who will mentor me? Fellowship mentors are men and women who are dedicated professionals with expertise in their field (finance, law, medicine, and business to name a few). Once a week, they volunteer to share their Jewish knowledge and professional expertise with inquisitive young Jewish men and women as part of our fellowship program.
How do I become eligible for the fellowship? After signing up for the program, you will receive a call from one of our coordinators for a brief interview. During this interview, registrants must confirm their interest in the program as well as provide more information such as their intended major or profession. Participants will be notified by email following their phone interview if they have been accepted into the program.
How do I become eligible for the fellowship stipend?
- $75 stipend: Completing 6 sessions and a brief quiz
- $200 stipend: Completing 14 sessions and a brief quiz
Are there additional benefits? Many OU Fellowships Alumni have benefited from including “Partners in Torah-OU Fellowships Alumni” on the “extra curricular activities” section of their resume. In addition, alumni have the benefit of an ongoing relationship with a professional in their field.