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       Register Now Avodat Hakodesh Evening
    February 18, 2014
    Wilf Campus, FH 501
    avodat hakodesh 2014The Center for the Jewish Future (CJF) together with members of the Al Pi Darko Society for Future Jewish Educators presents the annual Avodat Hakodesh evening. This evening is to dedicated to create a platform for YU and Stern students to learn from exceptional professionals in the field of Jewish education and Jewish community service work. This forum has carefully fashioned panels and lectures addressing fundamental issues in education, professional training and development and the unique needs of the Jewish community.  The experts in these fields have volunteered their time to impart wisdom and knowledge from years of experience. This evening is also an opportunity for students returning from the experiential and service learning missions to take these experiences and discover various ways to engage in a meaningful and inspired life involved in the Jewish community. Dinner will be served.

    Transportation will be available for Stern students. Buses will depart from the Beren campus at 5:45 pm from 245 Lexington Ave and leave the Wilf campus at 9:00 pm.

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    For more information, please contact Lauren Elefant lelefant@yu.edu or 212.960.5400 ext. 5755

     Medical Ethics Society: Promoting Education & Awareness

    The Yeshiva University Student Medical Ethics Society (MES) is a student-run organization under CJF's guidance whose goal is to promote education and awareness of medical ethics at YU. In addition to the many events held on campus throughout the year, MES's fifth annual conference, "A Beautiful Mind: Jewish Approaches to Mental Health," in 2010, attracted more than 500 students, faculty, alumni and guests and featured prominent experts in medicine, mental health and Halacha [Jewish law]. The conference was organized in conjunction with the CJF.

    Madrichim Opportunities

    We provide many opportunities for undergraduate students to get involved in high school programming, such as Torah Leadership Network Boys, Torah Leadership Network Girls, Eimatai, Wittenberg and Saracheck.


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