I am thankful for the CJL because it has given me a chance to pursue an incredible bout of Jewish education and knowledge that I otherwise wouldn’t have had the opportunity to do either off campus or on another campus. It’s very unique to Princeton.
I am planning a CJL trip to Jewish Greece this spring . I am so excited that I get the chance to share not only my narrative as a Greek Jew, but the broader Greek Jewish identity and the broader Sephardic identity. Again, without the generosity of the CJL itself and its donors, along with the staff’s incredible ability to deal with logistics and help with things, this wouldn’t have been possible. I can’t think of any other Jewish institution, on a campus let alone, that would be able to do a trip to Jewish Greece. It’s awesome!