Hadar Campus Minyan Fellowship
This Spring semester fellowship is designed for college students looking to build or strengthen campus egalitarian minyanim, and connect with other student leaders looking to do the same. Participants in the fellowship will build skills in minyan leadership such as minyan visioning, marketing, gabba’ut, strategic planning, and community leadership.
Davening Fellowship for Community Leaders
In this 8-week fellowship, a select cohort of shelihei tzibbur (prayer leaders) from around the country and beyond will convene weekly with Deborah Sacks Mintz and guest faculty members from Hadar to build out their toolkits of leadership skills. Text study, melody sharing, and training in technical skills will comprise this unique cohort-based fellowship.
The Jewish Wisdom Fellowship will empower thoughtful, passionate, and engaged Jewish professionals to embark on 5-weeks of virtual learning dedicated to wrestling with the questions currently confronting the Jewish community and the world. Through a combination of guided learning, havruta, and group work, the Jewish Wisdom Fellowship will enable Jewish professionals to probe our tradition for wisdom that will help them and the communities they serve to navigate contemporary social, moral, and spiritual challenges.
JJGI Fellowship for Rabbis and Senior Educators
The JJGI Fellowship for Rabbis and Senior Educators offers a select cohort of rabbis and senior educators the rare opportunity to engage personally with Rabbi Yitz Greenberg, one of the most influential Jewish thinkers of our time, whose theological vision and interpretation of the Jewish tradition have in many ways shaped contemporary American Jewish life. Fellows will translate their learning into practice by teaching Torah inspired by their fellowship and Rabbi Greenberg’s theology in their home communities and beyond.
Hadar Boston Campus Fellowship
The Hadar Boston Campus Fellowship is for college students from Boston area campuses interested in engaging with Jewish texts and each other. Fellows will meet in-person six times over the course of the spring semester to engage with core ideas behind our vision of Torah, Avodah, and Hesed and practical applications to campus communities. We will explore topics such as God, gender, prayer, and ethics, including two sessions using text to dive into contemporary societal challenges.