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interfaith entrepreneur fellowship (ief)

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 receive guidance and support from experts in the interfaith arena, financial resources for programming, and a stipend for fulfilling the responsibilities of the Fellowship.

The 2017-2018 Fellows hail from:

Baruch College
Brooklyn College
Harvard University
Hofstra University
Hunter College
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Queens College

Number of students engaged by IEF programming in Fall 2017: 950

IEF Fellows collaborated with the following groups on interfaith programming:

  • African Students Association
  • Black Student Union
  • Catholic Newman Club
  • Latino Fraternities
  • LGBTQ + Allies
  • Muslim Students Association
  • Sikh Student Association
  • Student Council
  • United Sikh Association
  • Wellness Center
  • Women in Islam
  • Chit Chat Club
  • Christian Intervarsity
  • Dominican Students Association
  • Environmental Club
  • Filipinos Uniting Students In Other Nations
  • Golden Key International Honor Society
  • Hillel
  • Hindu Students Association
  • Hofstra Gospel Ensemble
  • Jamaica Yaso

Interested in bringing IEF to your campus?

Email Sara Aeder at: