Netziv Fellowship

Torah, Tefillah, and Traditional Observance

The Netziv Fellowship was developed for students who are dedicated to a lifestyle of halachic observance while wanting to benefit from a diverse Torah learning environment. The fellowship combines the rigor of traditional yeshiva life with a commitment to fostering a culture of community-building across differences. Fellows periodically meet as a cohort with a faculty advisor to explore balancing these commitments.

Fellows spend full days in the beit midrash, attend tefilah regularly and host monthly traditional shabbat meals.

All Netziv Fellows are full-time participants of the Pardes Year/Semester program, with flexibility to attend for the full year or a single semester.

Admissions are rolling, with financial aid priority given to earlier applicants.

All Netziv Fellows will receive:

  • A living expenses grant ranging from $200-$600/month (exact amount determined by financial need)
  • Highly subsidized Year Program tuition: $3,000 discount for those not eligible for Masa Israel Journey funding / $2,000 discount for those eligible for Masa funding