The Judah Fellowship is NCSY’s next level leadership and engagement initiative for NCSY and JSU alumni on college campuses across North America.Bike NCSY
Bike NCSY combines 3 incredible activities: cycling through the scenic Hudson Valley, a fun day with food family and friends, and supporting NCSY teens in their pursuit of self development and growth through a year of Torah study in Israel.National Torah Fund
NCSY's National Torah Fund awards need-based scholarships towards NCSY and JSU teens for post high school study at a Seminary, Yeshiva or Gap Year Program in Israel.College Resources
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In 2020, Bike NCSY expands from a regional to a national cycling event. This year, Bike NCSY will take place on Sunday, August 9th and offer multiple pre-arranged regional routes and a variety of courses for riders. It's a fun day of exercise, passion, and supporting NCSY teen scholarships.
The Judah Fellowship is NCSY’s next level engagement initiative for NCSY and JSU alumni on college campuses. The Fellowship engages highly motivated NCSY and JSU graduates who are dedicated to their fellow NCSYers and JSUers and their continued Jewish connectivity on campus.
Sydney Beberman, former JSU president at Highland Park High School, recently completed Shanah Alef at Machon Maayan, and while many Yeshiva and Seminary students flew back to America during the pandemic, she decided to stay and learn. In this article she reflects on her experience having stayed in Israel during the global Corona pandemic. Sydney is planning to return next year for Shanah Bet.