Apply by May 1st for the Kevah Teaching Fellowship!

If you are a current or aspiring Jewish educator in your twenties or thirties, we invite you to apply to the Kevah Teaching Fellowship to learn how to facilitate small group Jewish learning for your peers.
Kevah, a Bay Area-based organization that engages Jewish identity and builds Jewish community through study of classical Jewish texts, is proud to announce the inaugural year of the Kevah Teaching Fellowship. Made possible by a generous grant from the Jim Joseph Foundation, this prestigious opportunity will provide participants with a fully-funded professional development opportunity in facilitating Jewish small group learning for young adults. Preference will be given to applicants in the Bay Area, Los Angeles and the Denver/Boulder area, but outstanding candidates from around the country are encouraged to apply.
It includes:

  • Three in-person workshops over the course of the year
  • Ongoing meetings with a supervising mentor
  • Opportunities for part-time paid work teaching Torah to young adults
  • Personalized guidance in curriculum development on topics that interest you
  • Participation in ongoing Jewish learning with other Kevah Fellows
  • Access to carefully selected curricular resources
  • Stipend for travel and lodging for non-Bay Area participants
  • Future teaching opportunities through Kevah’s rapidly expanding network of Torah study groups
Young adults from across the religious spectrum are invited to apply to this pluralistic program.
If you are interested in applying, please click here.
For more information contact Noa Silver: nsilver@kevah.org, 510-280-5656.

Please forward to friends, family members and other potential candidates!

Application materials are due May 1, 2012.

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