This program convenes students studying in a broad spectrum of graduate institutions preparing Jewish communal leaders in education, rabbinical studies, non-profit management, and allied fields.
Cohort Learning Framework
Students participate in three Chicago-based intensive seminars facilitated by an eclectic faculty comprised of leading Israel educators from around the world. The dates for Cohort 9 are as follows:
- May 21 - 23, 2019: A Relational Approach to Israel Education
- January 6 - 8, 2019: Creating a Culture of Israel Education
- June 1 - 4, 2020*: On Becoming Agents of Change
*The June 2020 dates will either be June 1-3 or June 2-4.
Israeli educators participate as part of the cohort, enabling relationship building and meaningful dialogue on education and Israel.
Students benefit from a personalized pairing with premier professionals for a best-in-class mentor experience.
An Israel Experience
Students receive a $2,000 stipend to create an individualized learning experience in Israel.
Students choose a topic of interest in Israel education to research and write a 5-7 page analytic mid-term paper and develop a creative educational final project for use in the field.
Israel Education Network
Join an international network of 200+ iFellows representing Jewish/Israel leadership of today and tomorrow.
For more information about the iFellows Master’s Concentration in Israel Education, please contact Erika Vogel (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 847.418.8336.