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
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

Latino Fraternities
LGBTQ + Allies
Muslim Students Association
Sikh Student Association
Student Council
UNICEF
United Sikh Association
Wellness Center
Women in Islam


Interested in bringing IEF to your campus? Email Sara Aeder at Sara.Aeder@nyu.edu

 
 

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