Join a Student Club
The Bronfman Center is comprised of a number of student-initiated and student-run clubs that speak to students niche interests and connections. Combined, they represent the incredible diversity and scope of the NYU Jewish community.
Travel the World
The Bronfman Center provides opportunities for students to travel all over world, both to explore Israel and to provide direct service to communities in need. On our Alternative Break trips, students participate in house building, pipe-laying, planting and more while living and studying the connection between social justice, service and Judaism. On our Taglit-Birthright Israel trips, students explore their connection to Israel on a free 10 day trip with NYU peers.
Meet Our Rabbis
The rabbis at the Bronfman Center are young, dynamic and inspiring. They provide innovative spaces for Jewish learning and exploration, open their homes to students for Shabbat and holiday meals, and make themselves easily available for meeting one-on-one. To set up an appointment or to get invited to a meal, click here.
Spring Break Trip to Paris/Brussels: Five students traveled to Paris and Brussels from NYC over their spring break to learn more about the struggles and the successes of Jewish communities in France and Belgium, and how they might be more effective allies. They visited the Hyper Cacher supermarket, the Musee d'Art et d'Histoire de Judaisme, the French Union of Jewish Students (UEJF), the CRIF (Representative Council of Jewish Institutions in France), and the European Grassroots Antiracist Moment. On a trip to Brussels, they met with the President of the European Union of Jewish Students, visited the Community Center for Secular Judaism and the Brussels Jewish Museum, and toured the European Parliament! Check out this shoutout (in French) from the CRIF!
Interested in traveling with the Global Center? Join us for a seminar at NYU's campus in Tel Aviv May 26-31st. Highly subsidized, participants will learn about many aspects of contemporary Israeli society, including social issues in Tel Aviv-Jaffa; African refugees and asylum seekers; settlements, the Arab-Israeli conflict; the challenges of a Jewish and democratic state; and more, while exploring the notion of global Jewish peoplehood. You'll also get to explore Tel Aviv and Jerusalem! Apply here!
Got Passover plans? Join us in Florence for Italian-style seders! Email Chelsea for more information.
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