The Flegg Learning Fellowship is an exciting educational experience from the partnership of Hillel Montreal powered by Federation CJA‘s GenMTL and McGill Jewish Studies.

The Flegg Learning Fellowship provides opportunity to study Jewish texts in an open, inclusive and engaging atmosphere. The Fellowship will span the 2019 academic winter semester with 6 sessions. Discussions will be facilitated by Montreal’s leading Jewish scholars and educators and will explore universal issues and Jewish identity.
The Flegg fellowship aims to engage and educate. As learners, we become better leaders. Fellows will also have the opportunity to create their own learning opportunities with their peers. Each fellow will be given a budget to host their own event for their social network.

Fellows will receive a $250 stipend for participation in the full program. Sessions will take place on Tuesday evenings from 6:30pm-8:30pm. Some topics will include: Judaism and Social Justice, Judaism and Sexuality, Judaism and food, etc. Open to University and 2nd year CEGEP students.

Dinner will always be served!

For more information and how to apply, contact Kylie Huberman: [email protected] or 514 734 1417.


Personal Information
* Title
* First Name
* Last Name
* Date of birth
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Mail Address in Montreal
* Address
* City
* Province
* Postal Code
Home Phone
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Primary Email
* Primary Email
* Is your permanent address outside of montreal?
* School
* Program of study
* Expected year of graduation
* How did you hear about Flegg?
Jewish formal educational background
* Please list any previous Jewish education you have received. (Day School, Sunday/Evening classes, University or CEGEP courses, Seminars)
e.g: History of the Middle East- Concordia University - Fall 2017
Israel Experience
* Please list any Israel Travel experience. (Family trips, camp trips, school trips, Birthright Israel, March of the Living, Hasbara, Magen David Adom, Studying, Volunteering, Vacations, etc)
e.g: March of the Living, 2014, 2 weeks
Informal Jewish Educational Background
* Please list any informal Jewish educational experience you have had. (Summer camp, youth group, leadership development,etc.)
e.g: Camp Kadimah Year: 2010-2014
Personal Statements
* Why are you interested in this program?
(please keep answers to less than 300 words)
* What do you hope to gain from participating?
(please keep answers to less than 300 words)
* What topics are you interested in discussing throughout the program?
(please keep answers to less than 300 words)
* What inspires you Jewishly?
(please keep answers to less than 300 words)
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