WIJC is spreading this notice on behalf of the Isabella Freeman Jewish Retreat Center. Applications are now being accepted for Adamah Fellowships.
Where else can you say a blessing while using recycled vegetable oil to fuel a truck that is filled with organic produce and naturally fermented kosher pickles?
Adamah connects people to their roots:
to the land, to community, to Judaism, and to themselves by providing educational programs and products in order to build a more sustainable world.Programs at Adamah integrate physical, social, spiritual, Jewish and ecological realms in order to inspire participants to a life of service – to the Jewish community and to the earth. We emphasize hands-on experience and peer leadership to empower participants with skills and confidence to make a difference, and we offer positive ways to connect to the core Jewish principles of awe and gratitude, which inspire participants well after they leave.
Now in its seventh successful year, the Adamah Fellowship is a three-month leadership training program for Jewish young adults in their 20s that integrates organic farming, sustainable living, Jewish learning, community building and contemplative spiritual practice. 2012 Applications are now available.
We are now accepting applications for the 2012 Adamah Fellowships. Fellows are asked to pay a fee (prices above) to cover part of the cost of the Adamah Fellowship. Financial Aid is available for those in need.Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. The following dates are the priority deadlines for each fellowship season.
The ADAMAH Fellowship costs $6,000 per fellow. Expenses are covered by the following sources, per fellow:
$3500 in donations by foundations and individuals supporters
$1000 in labor provided by ADAMAH fellows to Isabella Freedman