ILF is a 10 session, 15 person cohort that meets weekly for one hour long sessions to discuss social issues in Israel, social issues as they relate to Israel, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. ILF is held in a non-judgemental, educative space; the overall goal for the cohort is for participants to explore Israel and their relationships and feelings towards Israel on their terms, in a safe space. Participants will receive a $200 stipend upon completion of the cohort. ILF will be held on Wednesday or Thursday afternoons.
Sessions will be held in person either in the Hillel Lounge on Newell 2nd Floor Dining or in the Towson Hillel Commons space, in compliance with CDC and university guidelines. If the status of the semester changes and university classes are phased to virtual rather than in person, ILF class will shift to virtual as well.
Applications close February 17th, so apply now!
Interviews will be conducted either in person at Starbucks or via Zoom to select our final cohort of 15 students.