Currently, Chabad offers the following opportunities for students to explore their Jewish heritage and identity. All classes are held at Chabad unless otherwise noted:

loodaism.jpgThe Loodaism Project: Rabbi Goldman spendsa number of hours on campus every Monday at Waterloo and Wednesday at Laurier, meeting with individuals or small groups of students for discussion and text-based study. Any interested student can email him to request a meeting.

Girls Club: Exclusive classes and events for ladies only, led by Rivky Goldman. 

Sinai Scholars: A serious program for serious explorers. sssLOGO.jpgIf the prospect of 8 weeks of discussions/classes on Jewish philosophy with a group of like-minded peers makes you dance for joy - Sinai Scholars may be for you. This is a highly popular program developed by our national office and currently offered at over 100 campuses across North America. Program also includes a full Shabbat experience at Chabad, writing a reflection paper and a field trip to a major Jewish community. Participants who successfully complete the program are eligible for a $350 stipend or a voucher for $500 towards participating in the Israelinks trip (3 weeks of studying and traveling throughout Israel). Click here to apply - you must be accepted to attend. Course is limited to 10 participants per semester.

Alternative learning options (click on the images):


Jnet. Free Jewish learning over the phone. Personal, friendly and convenient.


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