Executive Seminar (July 8-12, 2012)
Join us for an intense four-day study program designed for people of all backgrounds and skill levels. You will study with a small group of men and women from around the country, and participate in sessions along with the dozens of young adults studying for the summer at Yeshivat Hadar. Join us for a taste of immersive Jewish learning as you enjoy classes with our stellar faculty on a range of topics.
Register by June 15, 2012: http://www.mechonhadar.org/apply
June 10th-August 4th, 2012
Yeshivat Hadar welcomes future Rabbis or Jewish educational professionals to learn in our beit midrash. Seminaries and Graduate Schools often have funding to help defray the cost of tuition.
Rabbinical and Jewish Education students can also apply to be full-time students in our immersive summer program. Candidates whose professional goals will advance Yeshivat Hadar’s vision for a vibrant, practicing egalitarian Judaism in the broader Jewish community are invited to apply for our immersion program. As a full-time student:
If you feel that you could be a force for Yeshivat Hadar’s vision in your professional future and are interested in being a full -time participant in the summer session, please apply. The process is competitive and accepted students will receive tuition remission. You can apply here.
In the spring of 2012, the Jewish Women’s Archive will recognize the educator working in any formal or informal Jewish setting who makes the most creative use of resources of jwa.org with the first annual Natalia Twersky Educator Award. The winner will receive a $2,500 cash prize and an all-expenses paid trip to New York City, where the award will be presented on March 18th. In Addition, his/her school will receive $500 to be used for materials, field trips, or other expenses related to teaching gender inclusive Jewish American history.
For more information, visit the JWA’s Natalia Twersky Educator Award Web page.