» June Kollel
Tuesday, May 24 – Friday, June 24, 2016 Participants in the Kollel engage in an intensive learning environment in which Torah is studied with passion, rigor, and commitment. Faculty members incorporate a broad range of approaches to the study of biblical, rabbinic, and philosophical texts, and invite participants to consider how these texts and ideas speak to them. Thrice-daily minyanim are complemented by morning hachanah l’tefillah — workshops in which approaches and techniques for deepening our davening experiences are explored. All participants engage in community service (e.g. staffing a nearby homeless shelter), and are encouraged to reflect upon the relationship between this service and their learning and prayer. The June Kollel is open to college students and recent graduates (graduate and rabbinical students included).
Who wants to attend a stipended program to study Torah and do acts of community service in NYC this summer!
Drisha offers two Kollels - June, for all genders, and July, for women only. The study is traditional but open-minded and the people are brilliant. There are egalitarian and traditional davening options.
Both Kollels are still accepting applications as space and funding allows. You can also apply to audit classes!