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2018-2019 jNET Application

jNET is a group of peer network fellows guided by the University of Michigan Hillel’s strategic goal to develop relationships with Jewish students in order to engage them in meaningful Jewish life. jNET fellows participate in ongoing development in social networking theory, relationship-building, Jewish sociology and identity, and community organizing. Through one-on-one relationships, jNET fellows foster Jewish community outside of the current Hillel infrastructure.  Fellows will be tasked with taking out their peers for coffee, planning at least 3 meaningful Jewish experiences for their campus communities and helping with recruitment for Hillel's Birthright trip options.

Contact Information
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jNET Eligibility
All fellows must be at U-M for the entire academic year. We also hope all fellows will be able to attend a day-long training on Monday, September 3rd.
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Fellows are required to be at U-M for Fall and Spring semesters.
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Examples include Greek life, Summer Camp, Co-ops, Campus Student Organizations, North Campus Communities, Youth Movements, Birthright alumni. Examples may also include identity communities such as the LGBTQ community, multi-ethnic communities, first-generation students, etc.
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Please use this space to identify how you would bring meaningful Jewish experiences to your network. What do you think your Jewish peers on campus are looking for in Jewish life?