Jewish Ethics and Public Policy
What is the Jewish stance on immigration, privacy, and marriage equality? That is for you to study and debate. In this fellowship, you will deepen your knowledge of key public policy issues, and will learn how Jewish teachings contribute to the larger conversation.
The fellowship includes:
- Issue briefings by Princeton professors
- Study of Jewish sources about issues of domestic and international policy
- Weekly class debates
- Meetings with representatives of the National Jewish Democratic Council, the Republican Jewish Coalition, the American Jewish Committee and the Religious Action Center
- An advocacy trip to Washington, DC in May
Facilitated by Rabbi Sara Rich, Director of Education, this fellowship meets weekly on Mondays, 5:45-7:30 and includes free dinner.
Apply using the CJL Fellowship Common Application. Applications are due on Friday, January 17th. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis through January 24th. Contact Rabbi Sara for more information.