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Have you thought about becoming a rabbi, rav-hazzan, or cantor? Join us online for Ta Sh’ma (Come & Hear) to experience the vibrant pluralistic communities of Hebrew College’s pioneering rabbinical, cantorial and rav-hazzan programs. We hope you’ll take this opportunity to learn, pray and grow with our students and faculty. You may also choose to attend in person.
Sunday, October 30 from 2-5:30 p.m. EST
Monday, November 14 (special programming) with an option to stay Tuesday, Nov. 15 for regular classes.
- Learn with Hebrew College faculty, including Hebrew College President Rabbi Sharon Cohen Anisfeld, Rabbi Dan Judson, Cantor Lynn Torgove, 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. 14, 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.
Please contact Rabbi Gita Karasov, Director of Admissions, if you have questions at email@example.com.
Meet our Students & Alumni
Learning in “hevrutot” [pairs] is a hallmark of Hebrew College. Meet three pairs of Hebrew College alumni, who work together as spiritual leaders of their respective synagogues, and have extended that model to their professional lives.
Rabbinical School alumni Ezra Balser ’17, Elizabeth Bonney-Cohen ’18 (right), Sarah Mulhern ’17, and Frankie Sandmel `22 are on the forefront of the burgeoning Base movement designed to meet young-adult Jews where they are.
Giulia Fleishman` 22 deepened her rabbinical training and community connection through rabbinical internship training.
For Rabbi Ryan Leszner `22, internships were an opportunity to experience real life as a rabbi before he had his own congregation.
Hear from rabbinical student Naomi Gurt Lind about balancing rabbinical school and motherhood.