JEWISH PROGRAMMING YEAR
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Alpha Epsilon Pi’s Jewish Programming Year (JPY) is a unique way for chapters to embrace the fraternity’s Jewish heritage while also allowing Brothers to explore their personal connection to Judaism. At AEPi, we don’t just want to say we are the Jewish fraternity — we show it.

On this page, you’ll find links and information regarding the Jewish holidays during the school year with program planning guides. These programs are a part of what gives AEPi its global presence on all of our campuses. You can apply for all chapter grants on OpenBook at openbook.aepi.org.

If you have any questions regarding the Jewish Programming Year, please contact Chief Programming Officer Jon Bridge at [email protected].

Yom kippur

Hanukkah

tu bishvat

Purim

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