HOW EXPENSIVE IS IT TO ATTEND COLLEGE IN 2022? What does it cost to go to college these days? Okay, that’s a loaded question. Either you already know the answer […]
Jenna Shulman shares her inspiration and thoughts on this year’s Passover holiday with the community.
As the week of March 9, 2020 began, life as we previously knew it began to move to a slow halt. While the rest of our country grappled with major […]
Originally from Richmond, Arielle is currently a junior at Christopher Newport University in Newport News, VA. With aspirations to become a psychiatrist, she is majoring in psychology and on track […]
Brian Meltsner and Harold Berger first met in August 1982 during orientation week for freshman at UNC Chapel Hill. Hear how this connection not only blossomed into a longtime friendship […]
Over the past couple of years, the idea of debt forgiveness — whether for student loans, medical, or rent debt — has gone from radical to relatively mainstream. But as […]
In each issue, the Atlanta Jewish Times graciously spotlights local non-profit organizations. JELF was proud to be featured in July 2021!
Even before COVID, Joshua had been inspired by his family’s story and had made the decision to become a lawyer. It was important to him that others got the second […]
Joshua grew up in a middle-class neighborhood, one of three boys in a divorced household. His parents were always loving and very involved in the lives of their three sons. […]
What Does Jewish Educational Loan Fund do? Student debt in the U.S. has reached record levels, making higher education out of reach for many families and saddling others with thousands […]