KOACH Kallah

University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
February 14-February 17, 2013

KOACH, the college outreach program of The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, invites you to the Twenty-third Annual KOACH Kallah, February 14-February 17, 2013 at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA.

Students from campuses throughout North America will come together for a weekend of learning, sharing and friendship. Rabbi Aaron Alexander of the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies will be our scholar-in-residence on the theme of Building Healthy Jewish Relationships. Workshops on leadership and essential skills, community service, text study and a phenomenal Shabbat will round out the program. There will be time to meet in small groups and network with students from across the continent.

Register for the Kallah

The 2013 KOACH Kallah has registration window has passed.

Accommodations and Registration

Accommodations will be provided at the Sheraton University City in Philadelphia, a short walk from campus. There will be three to four people in each room and meals are included. Thanks to a generous gift from Women’s League for Conservative Judaism, the cost for the Kallah (not including transportation) is only $100. The fee is $54 until January 25, 2013 for University Pennsylvania students and $64 thereafter.


Upon receipt of your application and deposit, additional details will be sent to you. Should you need to cancel your Kallah reservation, please note that refunds will only be available until February 1, 2013.

Plan to arrive in Philadelphia by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 14th. The program will begin with dinner. The Kallah will conclude at 12:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 17th.

Questions? Contact KOACH Director, Rabbi Elyse Winick at winick@uscj.org.