50th Uriel Weinreich Program in Yiddish Language, Literature, and Culture

Students of all ages and nationalities are encouraged to apply. Find out
more about the program and connect to the online application form at our
online home: summerprogram.yivo.org. Please direct questions to Ben Kaplan,
Education administrator (bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org).

The Weinreich program, sponsored by the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
and Bard College, is the oldest, longest and most intensive of the  Yiddish
summer programs. The members of our experienced and dedicated faculty care
deeply ABOUT TEACHING. The program offers classes at the beginner,
intermediate I and II and advanced levels. Morning classes are supplemented
by a rich academic and cultural program of lectures, conversation classes,
music and theater workshops, tours, concerts and social events.

Housing will be available to students.

Generous need-based full and partial tuition wavers are available to
deserving students.

Studying Yiddish in our quarters at the YIVO/Center for Jewish History in
New York City, a dynamic center of Yiddish culture to this very day, is an
unforgettable and often definitive personal and professional experience in
a student’s life.


Questions: bkaplan@yivo.cjh.org

26 June 2017 - 4 August 2017