Academy for Jewish Religion
6301 Riverdale Avenue 6301 Riverdale Avenue
Riverdale, New York
Weaving together the strands of Judaism by training rabbis and cantors for all Jewish communities.
ACCESS at AJC
165 E. 56th Street 165 E. 56th Street
New York, Alabama New York, NY
ACCESS: AJC''s new generation program empowers young professionals to engage today''s critical domestic and international issues. At the nexus between the Jewish community and the world, ACCESS reaches out to diplomats, policy makers and young leaders of diverse religious and ethnic backgrounds.
American Seminary for Contemporary Judaism
15014 S. 9th St. 15014 S. 9th St.
Phoenix, Arizona 85048
It is the mission of The American Seminary for Contemporary Judaism to professionally prepare spiritual, educational and community leaders to meet the needs and challenges of the Jewish community in the 21st century.
Founded in 2003, The ASCJ provides professional training and education leading to certification or ordination in the Cantorate, Rabbinate, Jewish Education.
The ASCJ offers a non-denominational approach to Jewish studies that combines a reverence for tradition with an openness to modernity. The vision of our founders included creating a seminary that serves as a bridge between the movements with the goal of fully preparing its students to be professionals with all the necessary skills, knowledge and training to serve wherever they are needed.
Baltimore Hebrew Institute
Towson University, College of the Liberal Arts Towson University, College of the Liberal Arts
Towson, Maryland 21252
Baltimore Hebrew University’s graduate programs have a new home at Towson University! The Baltimore Hebrew Institute was established to provide scholarship support for TU graduate students in Jewish Education, Jewish Communal Service, and Jewish Studies.
Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program
Brandeis University Brandeis University
Waltham, Massachusetts 02453
A 21-month dual-degree Masters program combining intensive academics, fieldwork, and international travel preparing students for the 21st century Jewish community. All students earn an MA in Jewish Professional Leadership along with either an MBA, an MPP, or a second MA in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies.
International MBA at Bar-Ilan University
Bar-Ilan University Bar-Ilan University
Ramat Gan, New York 52900
The International MBA at Bar-Ilan University is a one year program taught entirely in English with two tracks: China-Asia Focus and Global Enterprise Management. Students will experience hands-on projects, group projects, and various electives that integrate a global perspective and challenge the students to the best of their capabilities. In addition, the China-Asia Focus track infuses not only a global viewpoint on the business spectrum, but an Eastern outlook on today''s global business arena.
Jewish Renaissance Center
441 West End Avenue 441 West End Avenue
New York, New York
The Jewish Renaissance Center offers an open door for the woman who wishes to define her background on her own terms. Offering a unique blend of quality education and personal guidance, JRC activities include daytime and evening classes, Sundays of Learning, Holiday Seminars, semi-annual Weeks of Learning, one-on-one learning, teacher training, individual counseling and more.
Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies
29 Pierre Koenig Street (corner of Rivka) 29 Pierre Koenig Street (corner of Rivka)
Jerusalem, New York
+1 212 447 4333 (Nor
The Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies brings together men and women of all backgrounds to study classic Jewish texts and current Jewish issues in an open, warm and challenging learning environment.
Pardes offers a variety of long- and short-term learning opportunities as well as opportunities to explore Israel, celebrate Shabbat and festivals and participate in social action projects.
Pardes is a diverse, non-denominational institution that is rooted in tradition and halakha (Jewish law).
Pardes is headquartered in Jerusalem and also has an American office.