Seminars and Workshops

June Executive Seminar
Tuesday, June 14 – Thursday, June 16, 2016
Join us for a 3-day seminar on Tablets and Broken Tablets: Studies of Rupture, Reconciliation, and Redemption, where we will examine biblical, rabbinic,  kabbalistic, and Chasidic sources that reflect on these states of connectedness and disconnectedness. Topics will include: The Golden Calf and the Broken Covenant; Moses and the Power of Prayer; and, the Divine Attributes of Mercy and Knowing God.

Dirshu: Confronting Challenges with Mind and Heart
Dirshu is an innovative program designed to help the broader Jewish community grapple with difficult questions in a serious manner within the context of our beit midrash.
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Drishat Shalom Fellowship
The fellowship seeks to bring together young women and men who are in college or beginning their professional or graduate careers to form a cohort of dedicated peers who engage in deep, meaningful Torah learning.
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Beit Midrash for Mental Health Professionals
Tuesdays, May 3 – 31, 2016
For those working in the field of mental health, there is little opportunity to contemplate the role of Judaism in one’s professional life. Traditionally, the fields of the helping professions have made short shrift of, or even dismissed out of hand, any attempts to integrate religion into the understanding of therapeutic work.

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Winter Week of Learning
Tuesday, December 22 – Thursday, December 24, 2015 – 
note: program dates have passed
Join us for the annual program on a specific theme. 2015 theme: Legend, History, and Halakhah: Rabbinic Judaism in the Context of the Hellenistic World.
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Teaching Talmud in Day Schools – note: program dates have passed
Monday, June 29 – Thursday, July 2, 2015
Please join us for a four-day workshop for high school and middle school Talmud teachers exploring key issues in teaching Talmud in day schools.
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