Humans of Hebrew College Spirituality & Social Justice

By Wendy Linden

Rabbi Margie Klein Ronkin, Rab'11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“I work to create authentic relationships and support others to do the same. It is through these relationships that we find God and where, I would argue, we find the power to transform ourselves and the world for the better.”

(Rabbi Margie Klein Ronkin, Rab’11, Director, Clergy and Leadership Development, ECCO, Lynn, Mass.)

Learn about The Rabbinical School of Hebrew College‘s new specialization in spirituality & social justice; courses and certificate track open to rabbinical students, alumni, clergy and community members.

Interested in finding a new career? You might be interested in Rabbi Dan Judson’s article “Jewish Lessons on Meaningful Work. Rabbi Judson teaches history, oversees the professional development program, and serves as the placement director for the Hebrew College Rabbinical School. He has a PhD in Jewish history from Brandeis University. Read Jewish Lessons on Meaningful Work

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