Is Judaism a religion? 


Sinai Scholars is Chabad on Campus’ premier educational program offering classes on the fundamentals of the Jewish faith, tradition and philosophy. It is currently being taught at more than 100 campuses around the world, with Carnegie Mellon University as one of its chapters.

Sinai Scholars Society integrates the study of classic Jewish texts, social programming, and national networking opportunities to provide a fresh and exciting context for Jewish life and learning on the university campus. Sinai Scholars invites students to engage in an open community of study and self-discovery that will help them to become passionate, informed Jewish leaders on campus and in their respective communities.

» Do you enjoy fun and lively conversations?

» Do you want to challenge the status quo?

» Do you have questions about Judaism that are important to discuss?

» Do you want to discover how Judaism is relevant and forward-thinking?

» Do you want to join a warm community?

Good news! To find out (this, and more!), join this 8 week course and receive a $350 stipend! Space is limited to only ten students, so hurry and sign up!

For more info and to sign up now, visit Sinai Scholars Society.

Please call Rabbi Shlomo if you have any questions. 412-390-5078