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Interfaith Entrepreneur Fellowship


what is the interfaith entrepreneur fellowship?

The Interfaith Entrepreneur Fellowship (IEF) is a year long Fellowship that aims to train Jewish student leaders in partnership and coalition-building with other religious and spiritual communities on campus.

Fellows will receive guidance and support from experts in the interfaith arena and financial resources for programming.

Fellows will also receive a $1,500 stipend for fulfilling the responsibilities of the Fellowship during the 2017-2018 academic year. All Fellows will attend a training at NYU on Sunday, August 27th, 2017.

Fellows will be expected to create an interfaith action or program in the first month of the fall semester, and to meet with members of other faith groups on campus to find points of partnership and opportunities for engagement with the Jewish student community. Fellows will participate in weekly meetings on phone or in person with the IEF program manager, who will help to create a year long plan for campus engagement.

Apply for the IEF program.  

Email Sara Aeder at: for more information.

IEF is grateful to UJA-Federation of New York for their generous support.

Proud Partner 1917-2017 UJA Federation