WHAT IS JRP?

The Jewish Renaissance Project (JRP) at Penn creates alternative choices for students who have not previously been involved in organized Jewish life on campus. JRP does not just run programs; JRP builds intensive relationships with students, while generating new communities throughout campus. JRP offers students opportunities to explore their Judaism in meaningful and relevant ways, to foster their Jewish identity development, to deepen their Jewish knowledge and understanding, and to motivate them to live passionate Jewish lives. JRP initiatives are intellectually and spiritually open, and take place all over campus - where students live, work, and play. 

​Please explore the site to learn more about what we offer, or be in touch with us directly.

 
JRP @ Penn: Summer Session
UnOrthodox Conversation
Tue, Jun 09
Zoom Event
Jun 09, 7:00 PM
Zoom Event
Binged the show on Netflix? Fascinated by the Hasidic-Orthodox culture and lifestyle? Have questions? Join Rabbi Gabe for a Q and A and discussion about the show.
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Out of Eden
Wed, Jun 03
Zoom Event
Jun 03, 7:00 PM
Zoom Event
Learn & discuss how have women thrived, persisted, & challenged the status quo throughout Jewish history.
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Creative Kavannah
Mon, Jun 01
Zoom Event
Jun 01, 7:00 PM
Zoom Event
Create beautiful artwork, inspired by Jewish concepts - with materials you already have at home! No previous artistic experience required!
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Advanced Talmud for Total Newbs
Wed, May 27
Zoom Event
May 27, 1:30 PM
Zoom Event
Advanced Talmud for Total Newbs. No previous experience in either necessary!
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PROGRAMS & INITIATIVES

JRP offers a variety of opportunities to bring Judaism into your life at Penn. JRP is about you, your interests, your friends, and your Jewish identity. JRP doesn't care whether you come into the Hillel building or not; the goal is to meet you where you're at.

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Student Leadership Retreat

Camp Hayava, August 2019

The Jewish Renaissance Project