Midcareer Fellowship Program
for Prospective MJEd Students
The Shoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education is now recruiting the second cohort of Midcareer Fellows for spring and fall 2014 enrollment in the school’s online Master of Jewish Education program.
Fellows will receive an annual tuition financial-aid package of up to 65 percent to participate in this three-year, part-time program. Fellows must complete six credits per semester for two of the three semesters each year of the program, for a total of 36 credits. Participants are also required to attend an annual fellows conference each year they are enrolled in the program. Conference expenses will be covered for travel, lodging and food.
- Bachelor’s degree from accredited college/university
- Application and fee
- Official transcripts
- Three letters of recommendation
- Hebrew level assessment
Program of Study (36 credits)
|Course of Study|
|Introduction to Theory and Practice||3 credits|
|Models of Teaching||3 credits|
|Seminar in Educational Leadership||3 credits|
|Lifespan Development||3 credits|
|Special Education for Jewish Settings or other special education courses||3 credits|
|Jewish Studies pedagogic application courses||15 credits|
|Jewish Studies electives||3 credits|
|Field experience||2 credits|
|Graduate Research Seminar/Final Project||1 credit|
|Fulfillment of Hebrew language requirement
Hebrew College provides expert advising to all its graduate students. With years of experience in Jewish education across all fields, our professors are dedicated to personalizing the graduate-school experience and guiding you through the reflective experience of learning and teaching.
Hebrew College uses the Schoology online learning platform, giving students the opportunity to learn in virtual classrooms with ease and comfort, even if they have never previously studied online.
Placements and Field Experience
Supervised field placements enable students to learn from reflective practice in the field. Supervisors are either members of the trained Hebrew College clinical faculty team or specially recruited for their supervision and coaching skills and experience.
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