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Rabbinical Student Interns for Hazon's Food Conference, Shabbat Chanukah 5768

For the foodies in rabbinical school out there:

Food and bikeSpecial Opportunity for 2-5 Current Rabbinic Students to Attend a Conference on the Intersection of Jews, Food, and Contemporary Life
The Hazon Food Conference is at the forefront of an emerging national movement that explores the intersection of Jewish life and contemporary food issues. It brings together educators, rabbis, farmers, nutritionists, chefs, food writers, and families who share a passion for learning about and celebrating food. Join us for inspiring lectures and discussions, hands-on cooking sessions, family-family activities, an inclusive Shabbat and Chanukah celebration, and delicious, consciously prepared food.
At the 2nd Annual Hazon Food Conference you will:
• Learn where your food comes from and about the role of sustainable agriculture
• Discover a distinctly Jewish flavor to healthy eating and better nutrition
• Explore the connection between food justice and the choices we make about food
• Delve into historical and contemporary Jewish culinary traditions from around the world
• Learn from and with leaders and innovators in the new Jewish food movement, including chefs, nutritionists, rabbis, farmers, and educators
Through the generous support of a donor, there are 2-5 full scholarships available for rabbinic students to participate the Hazon Food Conference, December 6-9, 2007 at Isabella Freedman Retreat Center, Falls Village, CT. If you are currently enrolled in a rabbinic school and are interested in further exploring the intersection of Jews, food, and contemporary life please submit an application which includes your name, rabbinic school, year of study, and a paragraph telling us why you are interested in attending the conference. For more information,
Submit your application by October 31, 2007 to Judith -at-

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