Caleb Adams

Class of 2018
BA, Major in Jewish Studies
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After graduation, Caleb will attend the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem as part of a 5-year program with the Hebrew College Rabbinical School. He has received two scholarships to help fund his rabbinic studies including an Israel Fellowship from Hebrew College, and a Lishma Fellowship from the Conservative Yeshiva. Caleb wants to attend rabbinical school to become a rabbi who is also a gay, Orthodox Jew. He wishes to work on issues related to the Orthodox LGBTQ community, including representation and advocacy, access to ritual, and resolving Halachic issues.


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