Bridging the gap between Jewish life in high school and college

Antisemitism and anti-Israel sentiment are rising at an alarming rate. College students feel unprepared to navigate the challenges they may face and do not feel educated on the variety of positive Jewish communal activities available to them. Tribe Talk Connection is a central resource designed to address these issues.

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COLLEGE
COMPARISON
Compare Jewish life on different college campuses to find the best college fit for you
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ORGANIZATIONAL LANDSCAPE
Understand the Jewish organizations available 
pre and post college
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STUDENT
VOICES
Advice from college students for high school students
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NAVIGATING
CHALLENGES
Learn to navigate unique challenges Jewish students may face
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Choosing the right campus
is not an easy task!
We are here to help you compare Jewish life
on different college campuses

and find the best college for you.
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We want you to know 
your campus community
Learn about the different organizations that may exist on your college campus
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Your experiences is a part of our story
Hear from college students about their personal experiences on campus
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Navigating Challenges
Be informed and learn the facts in order to confront the challenges of antisemitism and anti-Zionism.

COMING SOON:

HISTORY OF ISRAEL AND THE BACKSTORY

with Rabbi Dr. Daniel Gordis

HISTORY OF ANTISEMITISM AND ANTI-ZIONISM

with Dr. Rachel Fish

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Tribe Talk Connects:
Meet some of our favorite change makers

“When you look at a person, you have to see a human.”

 

Inspiring words from Enes Kanter of the Boston Celtics in conversation with Dr.Rachel Fish from togetherbeathate.org

What Tribe Talkers have to say about us...

"As a rising junior I had not yet begun to create my 'college list'. Being involved with TTC, and conducting research about Judaism on college campuses, assured me that I will be able to find a Jewish community wherever I go. My involvement with TTC allowed me to see, first-hand, the multitude of data that needs to be collected in order to create a user-friendly website that students will utilize."

Sophie P. 

Boston, Jr. in high school