November 19, 2023 Ta Sh’ma (Come & Hear) 2023 Virtual Open House for Prospective Rabbinical Students

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Have you thought about becoming a rabbi or rav-hazzan? Join us for virtual Ta Sh’ma (Come & Hear) to experience the vibrant pluralistic communities of Hebrew College’s pioneering rabbinical and rav-hazzan programs. We hope you’ll take this opportunity to learn, pray and grow with our students and faculty. NOTE: There is also an in-person Open House on Monday, November 13 (special programming) with an option to stay Tuesday, Nov. 14 for regular classes.

Sunday, November 19 from 2-5 p.m.

  • Learn with Hebrew College faculty, including Hebrew College President Rabbi Sharon Cohen Anisfeld, Rabbi Justin David, Rabbi Jessica Kate Meyer, and other members of our faculty.
  • Join with current students for an inspiring day of learning, conversation, music and prayer.
  • Enjoy plenty of breaks and opportunities for small group conversations.
  • If you would like to attend in person but can’t make it on Nov. 13, please be in touch to find other ways to connect with our community

>> View the event schedule from our previous in-person open house. Watch for this year’s schedule coming this fall.

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Please contact Rabbi Gita Karasov, Director of Admissions,  if you have questions at

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