[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--“A Trip to Yiddishland” (July 6 -15, 2012) at Workmen's Circle summer retreat

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Wed May 16 21:51:23 EDT 2012

Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements

May 16, 2012

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From: Nikolai Borodulin
Sent: Monday, April 23, 2012 1:55 PM
To: Nikolai Borodulin; 'mendele at mailman.yale.edu'
Subject: Call for Applications Summer 201

A ruf nokh aplikatsyes
tsum Arbeter Ring stipendye fond in ondenk fun Pesakh Fishman,
zumer 2012

Der Arbeter-Ring bot on dem zumer a tsol spetsyele stipendyes funem
stipendye fond in ondenk fun Pesakh Fishman far yunge studentn un
libhobers fun yidish, yinger vi 35 yor alt, zikh tsu bateylikn in
hayyoriker “rayze in yidishland”, Yuli 6-15, 2012, bay undz oyf der
zumer-datshe “Circle Lodge”.

Di vokh bashteyt fun teglekhe yidish klasn far ale madreyges mit
onerkente yidish lerers, kunst- un kultur-programen,
ovnt-unternemungen un azoy vayter. Di stipendye vet dekn helft fun
algemeynem batref: klasn, internat-voynung, esn un programen far bloyz
$30 a tog.

Lozt nit oys aza oysnemlekhe gelegenhayt zikh tsu lernen yidish.

Shikt tsu dem stipendye fond in ondenk fun Pesakh Fishman ayer
perzenlekhn briv, biz 500 verter, un derklert:

1.     Far vos ir vilt zikh lernen yidish oyf snay / vayter
2.     Vi ir vet oysnitsn ayer yidish kentenish un di kultur yerushe

Shikt ayer briv nit shpeter vi 31 May, 2012, tsum adres:
Workmen’s Circle (Attn Nikolai Borodulin)
247 West 37th Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY, 10018
Blitspost adres: Nikolaib at circle.org

Call for Applications to the
Workmen’s Circle Scholarship Fund in memory of Pesakh Fiszman
Summer 2012

In memory of beloved Yiddish teacher Pesakh Fiszman, the Workmen’s
Circle is underwriting several scholarships for young adult students
(under 35) to enroll in “A Trip to Yiddishland” (July 6 -15, 2012) at
our Circle Lodge summer retreat with daily Yiddish classes, a stellar
teaching staff, arts and culture programs and more. The scholarship
covers ½ of all expenses including classes, food and dormitory-style
boarding making the cost only $30 a day! Don’t pass up on this
invaluable summer learning experience.

To apply to the Workmen’s Circle Scholarship Fund in memory of Pesakh Fiszman,
 please send a personal statement (max 500 words) including the following:

1.	Why you want to learn/continue learning Yiddish
2.	How you will share and transmit your Yiddish cultural legacy

The deadline for scholarship applications is Thursday, May 31, 2012.

Call us: 212-889-6800 ext 203
Email: Nikolaib at circle.org
Mail: Workmen’s Circle (Attn Nikolai Borodulin)
247 West 37th Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY, 10018

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