AMOS Fellowship: Empowering the Next Generation of Leaders!
The AMOS Fellowship is inspired by the revolutionary prophecy of Amos: But let justice roll down as waters, and righteousness as a mighty stream (Amos 5:24). This semester long program (Spring semester January 29, 2014 - April 2, 2014) will provide Orthodox leaders a unique opportunity to take leadership roles in Uri L’Tzedek’s social justice campaigns, learn the connection between Torah and social justice, develop skills crucial to non-profit work, and create community by connecting with a group of passionate and like-minded peers. See here to apply!
The Uri L’Tzedek Summer Fellowship is a transformative leadership program that combines innovative social activism with leadership development and Torah. The purpose of the Summer Fellowship is to train the next generation of Orthodox leaders with the skills necessary to change the world. We also believe that social change is an intensely moral and spiritual endeavor; to change society you must first change yourself, wrote the Mussarist Rabbi Israel Salanter. In addition to activism and trainings, seminars and reflective conversations by leading Orthodox thinkers during the Summer Fellowship focus on the religious dimensions of social change.