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Course Description

Leadership in Jewish Studies (1 cr.)
JSTU-P 180
Various sections

These variable topic courses, designed to be practical in nature, allows students to study and apply leadership skills through obtaining leadership roles in the community. Does not count toward Jewish Studies major or certificate or minor in Hebrew.  Graded.  May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 3 credit hours.  Students may take only one section of P 180 per semester.
                                                              

  • Greek Life & Jewish Community 26364: Gain leadership skills through planning programming initiatives in Greek life. A great opportunity to become involved in your house and gain valuable leadership experience in the Greek community. 4:00-5:00pm Wednesday
  • Freshman Leadership 26365: Work with staff and other students to plan and organize two fall programs, including homecoming float building. Have good ideas for events? Have an artistic side? Looking for an easy and fun way to get to know other freshmen on campus? Then this is the course for you! 1:00P-2:00 pm Tuesday
  • Event Planning-Campus Superstar 26366: Are you interested in fundraising or marketing? Come help plan and run one of the largest talent competitions in the state of Indiana! Campus Super Star follows the same structure as American Idol with try-outs, semi-finals, and a final show in Indianapolis in mid-April. Come gain experience in event planning, media relations, learn essential fundraising skills, and contribute to an exciting and one-of-a kind event for college students in the state of Indiana! Receive credit while having fun! Arranged time/day
  • Alternative Spring Break 26367: This class is for students who are participating in Hillel’s Alternative Spring Break trip. For more information on the trip, e-mail Mara at Hillel, pricmara@indiana.edu. 4:00-5:00 Tuesday
  • Israel: Culture, Food, Education 26368: In this P180, you will learn all about Israel: Geography, culture, food, music, education, medicine, technology, dancing and so much more! You will also have the opportunity to plan and execute Israelpalooza, the Israeli Party of the Year in Bloomington! 3:00-4:00 Thursday
  • Jewish Music/Guitar for Beginners 26369: Learn Niggunim (songs without words), folk songs, and other contemporary Jewish music. Come eager to sing and learn about the Jewish people through music. Much of the music we will look at sounds good with the guitar and uses simple melodies. Even if you have never played guitar, this is a great opportunity to pick it up! 6:00-7:00 pm Thursday
  • Jewish Overnight Camping  26370: An interactive experience focusing on the essential elements and impact of Jewish camping in North America. (Especially recommended for students planning on working at a summer camp next summer). 3:00-4:00 pm Tuesday
  • Leadership for the Upperclassman 28364: Work with staff and other students to learn leadership skills and implement them by planning and executing programs. Have good ideas for events? Have an artistic side? Looking for an easy and fun way to get to know other leaders on campus? Then this is the course for you! Arranged time/day
  • Business and Israel #32577:  The Israeli economy encourages and nurtures start-up companies. Learn marketing, finance, accounting, and entrepreneurship skills that will then be utilized to build connections with Israeli start-up companies, and nurture a connection with these companies.2:00-3:00 pm Wednesdays