EMET Fellowship: A Beacon Of Light In The College Wilderness

College student assimilation may have finally met its match. Emet Outreach’s Fellowship for beginners, one of its longest-running and most popular programs, is on a mission to rescue students from the brink and show them the beauty of Torah.

Spanning five campuses in Queens and Long Island, the Emet Fellowship gives college-age students with limited religious background or Jewish education the experience of a lifetime. Each week, students enjoy inspiring classes, delicious food, socializing with friends, and an intellectual and emotionally inspiring taste of Torah – often for the first time in their lives.

In addition to being a…

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Emet’s Inspiring Mother-Daughter Challah Bake Draws Huge Crowd

On a recent Thursday evening, EMET Outreach held its sixth mother-daughter event of the past year, a Challah Bake at Shaarei Tova Synagogue in Kew Gardens. Nearly 250 women enjoyed an unforgettable evening of emotion, inspiration, and spirituality. Most notably, mothers of Emet’s students got to experience a taste of the organization their daughters rave about.

Emet’s popular Women’s Director, Shira Fendel…

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2017 Year Review

For the past 14 years, EMET Outreach has been a staple of the Queens community, with a presence on many local college campuses, hundreds of Shabbatons, dozens of exciting trips to Israel, Poland, Miami, and Arizona, uplifting weekends and retreats, dynamic couples programming, and much more. EMET is co-directed by …