Training Jewish Professionals
Jewish Theological Seminary
serves as the home of Conservative/Masorti Judaism. A Jewish university with a world-class faculty and a diverse student body, JTS grants undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees through its five schools and offers programs of enrichment for the Jewish community in the U.S., Canada, Israel and around the world. It features a renowned library with the most comprehensive Judaica and Hebraica research collection in the western hemisphere.
212-678-8000 - www.jtsa.edu
Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Inc.
is dedicated to the advancement of pluralistic Jewish education in Israel and Europe. Its Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies annually offers over 450 Israeli educators a fully accredited Masters Degree program. The Schechter Rabbinical Seminary trains rabbis as spiritual and educational leaders for Israel and the world. TALI Education Fund provides Jewish studies for 25,000 Israeli children in over 140 state schools and kindergartens from the Galilee to Eilat. Midreshet Yerushalayim conducts outreach activities for Russian-speaking immigrants in Israel and Jewish communities in Eastern Europe.
215-830-1119 - www.schechter.edu
Seminario Rabinico Latinamericano
functions as the academic, cultural and religious center of the Conservative/Masorti Movement in Argentina and Latin America. It trains rabbis, cantors, educators, youth movement leaders and educates the laity. The Seminary’s main goal is to spread and perpetuate Judaism in Latin American communities. It has a library which is considered the most complete and updated in Jewish Sciences throughout Latin America, with approximately 50,000 volumes in Hebrew, English, Spanish, German, Yiddish, French and Italian.
Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies
fosters a blend of academic rigor, emotional warmth and openness, traditional and innovative spirit in the service of God, Torah, and Israel. Ziegler fuses the methods and findings of the academic study of Judaism with the fervor and devotion of traditional study and observance. It focuses on the journey of each rabbinical student to produce extraordinary rabbis to lead the Jewish people in a renaissance of talmud Torah (learning), shmirat mitzvot (observance), and gemillut hesed (acts of social justice and personal compassion).
310- 476-9777 – Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies
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Executive Directors: (http://www.naase.org/resources/placement.php)
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Youth Directors & Advisors: (http://www.jyda.org/jobs.asp)