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Mayanot Institute-Women's Program

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Program Description

The Mayanot Institute of Jewish Studies Women’s Program offers a warm, nurturing environment in which to learn, as well as an atmosphere where discussion and questioning are encouraged. The program enables you to participate in one-on-one study to maximize your knowledge, and provides you with the tools to study independently. 
 
The Women’s Program offers the Judaic Studies Program, a discussion-based track, which is designed for students with little or no previous knowledge of Hebrew or textual study, who wish to study Torah and different schools of thought within Judaism.  Yeshiva 1 and Yeshiva 2 Programs are offered for students who have a background in Hebrew and wish to develop, or progress in, textual learning skills.
 
In addition to the unparalleled experience of being in Israel, you will meet and learn with fellow students from around the world. The Program is situated in the beautiful neighborhood of Katamon, a central location which is walking distance to the trendy German Colony and close to the city centre.  
 
Explore your roots, culture and traditions within a true Israeli and Jewish context.
 

Director of Admissions:

Schneur Weinberg

sw@mayanot.edu

C: +972 54 3606 827

W: 212-980-3414 X 508

 

 

Mayanot Institute-Men's Program

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Program Description

The Mayanot Institute of Jewish Studies Men’s Program offers a unique atmosphere in which to learn, combining authentic textual learning with a warm, inviting environment where discussion and questioning are encouraged. The Mayanot eight-level Talmud program enables you to participate in one-on-one study, to maximize your knowledge, and provide you with the tools to study independently.
 
In addition to the unparalleled experience of being in Israel, you will be exposed to fellow students from around the world, immersing yourself in Torah study and different schools of thought within Judaism.  NO BACKGROUND IN HEBREW OR TEXTUAL STUDY IS REQUIRED. 
 
Explore your roots, culture and traditions within a true Israeli and Jewish context.
 

Director of Admissions:

 
Schneur Weinberg

sw@mayanot.edu

C: +972 54 3606 827

W: 212-980-3414 X 508

 
 

Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion

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Program Description

Hebrew Union College requires students to spend the first year of their studies in Israel for the establishment of lifelong ties vital to sustaining the living bonds between the North American and Israeli communities. The Year-in-Israel program imbues rabbinical, cantorial and Jewish education students with a spirit of partnership that they take home with them to complete their studies in North America and Europe, and fosters a shared sense of responsibility that transcends geography to assert the overarching unity of the Jewish people.
 
The curriculum encompasses Hebrew language immersion, foundational textual skills, Israel studies, community building, and both spiritual and professional development. Utilizing Israel itself as a classroom, the students explore Israeli culture, the history of Zionism and the social and political challenges in Israel, and participate in community service projects.

Masa Alumni Tikkun Olam Committee Brings Family History to Life

Masa Alumni Tikkun Olam Committee Brings Family History to Life

Masa Alumni Tikkun Olam Committee Brings Family History to Life

January 26, 2012

Earlier this year, 15 Masa alumni took part in 3GNY‘s We Educate, a three-part course to  train them to teach their grandparents’ Holocaust experiences in NYC public schools.
After three sessions, the alumni created an event to showcase their work to the Jewish community and spread awareness of the program.
 
On January 25, 40 individuals, Masa alumni and other community members, gathered in Hummus Place in the East Village to hear their peers’ family histories over hummus and pita. Masa alumna Yael Friedman shared her grandparents’ tale of survival, which she only learned because the course gave her the impetus to ask.  Following her experience interning at Yad Vashem through Masa Israel’s Career Israel, Yael registered for the course. 
 
“Masa alumni return from Israel with the passion to make a difference in their communities,” said Rachel Sales, Masa Israel’s Director of Alumni.  ”We Educate provided alumni with tools and training to make a tangible impact.”
 
To get involved in the Masa Israel Tikkun Olam Committee, please contact Rachel Sales at racheltr@masaisrael.org.

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She'arim College of Jewish Studies for Women

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Program Description

She'arim College of Jewish Studies for Women offers an exceptional approach to education that combines personalized teaching, textual study skills and an integrative approach to personal growth. She'arim relates to each student as a unique person, individualizing schedules and classes as necessary. The hallmark of She'arim is the fostering of a close student-teacher relationship, the building of skills and incentive to continue learning, as well as strengthening the ability to connect with the spiritual side of Judaism. 
 
As a school run by women for women, She'arim has a special flavor to it. She'arim has an amazing atmosphere of mutual cooperation, concern, encouragement and growth. It offers full range of Jewish studies including Torah, Prophets, Halacha, Jewish Philosophy, Hebrew Ulpan and Jewish history in both lecture and chevruta format.
 

Shaarei Daat

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Program Description

Shaarei Daat enables students to grow and strengthen their Jewish knowledge, theoretical and practical, with emphasis on the Gemara, Halacha, Tanach, Mussar, Emunah, Machshava, and Yirat Shamaim. The program seeks to train future leaders with broad knowledge in all areas of Torah, providing tools for the future to illuminate the community.
 
Through a partnership with universities and professional courses combining a contemporary Israeli academic education with Jewish teaching at the beit hamidrash,  we help students acquire the wisdom to make your life a success, in both secular and spiritual arenas. Students connect with Brazilian families at the yeshiva and in Israel. 
 

For more information, please contact:

Ariel Carnevale
p: 972 52 474 7974

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