Looking to learn more about Israel, the Israeli people, and the rich and diverse culture of Israel? Join the Israel Learning Fellowship (ILF) to dive deep into the history, society, and politics of Israel while also making new friends and learning from exciting speakers and educators. ILF 101 is perfect for a Spartan who knows a little bit about Israel, but wants more knowledge. They care about Israel, but might not be comfortable talking about Israel with friends or peers. They also might have just gotten back from a Birthright Israel trip or have never been to Israel before.

The Israel Learning Fellowship will consist of 7 sessions that will each focus on one theme or component of Israel. At the end of this program, participants will leave feeling comfortable talking about Israel to their friends and peers, have a knowledge of the history and culture of Israel, and gain experience in relationship building and engagement. This fellowship meets every Wednesday. For more info, visit bit.ly/msuilf



Maddi Jackson, Director of Israel Education Programming, maddi@msuhillel.org

Neta Druker, Israel Fellow, israelfellow@msuhillel.org


Stipend: $150

Start Date: Thursday, September 26th at 6pm

To apply for the Israel Learning Fellowship, please fill out the form below.

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