Archie Rand, artist and muralist has a mission to make Jewish art. “We are 2,000 years behind the times—we have 2,000 years of iconographic catch-up to do and there are just not enough hours in the day.
On-Line Program Delivers Innovative Learning Opportunity for Students and Cost-Effective, High Quality Teaching for District
Hebrew College is offering a new Master of Jewish Education concentration, a first-of-its-kind program that will focus on training educators to serve the growing needs of interfaith families. Funding for the development of this concentration was provided through a grant from the Crown Family.
More than 100 religious and community leaders from all faiths gathered at Hebrew College on November 19 for “Human Dignity and Racial Justice: A Workshop for Religious Leaders,” The workshop was co-sponsored by CIRCLE (the Center for Interreligious and Communal Leadership Education)—a joint initiative of Hebrew College and Andover Newton Theological School—and Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries, and was spearheaded by CIRCLE Co-director Rabbi Or Rose.
We are pleased to share Hebrew College’s most recent Annual Report, a dynamic exploration of the past year’s accomplishments. We hope these vibrant and meaningful stories about our many innovative programs, entrepreneurial endeavors, and unique events, will inspire you to engage in our community.