Dialogues & Partnerships

DIALOGUES & PARTNERSHIPS

Black Jewish Dialogue: Black Jewish Dialogue is a partnership between the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding and the CJL. Our goal is to encourage collaboration and dialogue by exploring historical and cultural similarities and differences between Black and Jewish communities at Princeton.

JGAPJGAP boasts a diverse group of graduate students from all areas of study at the university and young professionals from the greater Princeton area. Our goal is to coordinate social events as well as religious, cultural and professional programs that cater to the 20 and 30 somethings in Princeton and the surrounding area. We host happy hours, learning opportunities, holiday programs, Friday night dinners and much more!

LGBTQ*J: While there are many LGBTQ groups and Jewish groups on campus, there is one group that brings these two identities together. LGBTQ*J aims to create a welcoming space for LGBTQ students at the CJL. All undergraduate and graduate students are welcome, including non-Jews and allies.

Men’s Club: The Men’s Club meets for Sunday night dinners and provides an opportunity to socialize and interact with other Jewish undergrads.

Muslim-Jewish Dialogue: The Muslim-Jewish Dialogue is a group that seeks to foster a sustained dialogue between Princeton’s Muslim and Jewish communities. We host regular discussions that explore both the religious and cultural dimensions of these identities. The Muslim-Jewish Dialogue also hosts interfaith religious activities and cultural events, movie screenings, and trips within the US and abroad.

TAMID: The TAMID Group is a nonprofit organization that develops the professional skills of undergraduate students through hands-on interaction with the Israeli economy. TAMID integrates the next generation of entrepreneurs and business professionals with Israel through a comprehensive education curriculum, pro-bono consulting for Israeli startups, capital market investment research, and a summer internship program in Israel. TAMID has no political or religious affiliations. Our Princeton chapter is currently operating as a Beta chapter with the hope to grow into a full chapter soon.