The deadline to apply to the 2023 Beutel Seminar for Progressive Jewish Leadership has been extended for one week to February 17. If you aspire to grow and solidify your leadership within Progressive Judaism the Beutel Seminar will equip you with the skills, network, knowledge and perspective.
Young adults from South Africa, Australia, and the UK began their Shnat Netzer Olami gap year program — Shnat Ramah — in Israel in late January. Shnatties gathered for the opening program at Kibbutz Revivim in the Negev.
[LATIN AMERICA] IberoAmerican Institute for Reform Rabbinical Education ordains first cohort in Argentina
In a moving ceremony at Buenos Aires’ Mishkán synagogue on December 15, the IberoAmerican Institute for Reform Rabbinical Education (IIFRR) ordained its first class of rabbis. The new ordinees come from Argentina, Brazil and Chile.
This year’s seminars took place in Israel from July 5-14 in line with the theme “Startup Progressive Jewish Leadership: From Vision to Reality”. They gathered day school teachers, rabbis, religious school directors, community leaders, and community directors to learn together, form collaborative relationships and strengthen the bonds of friendship that all Israel is responsible for one another.
In Nitzana, a Jewish Agency cutting-edge desert community, they experienced life on the seam line in the heart of an educational community that contains many layers of Israel’s complex human stratum. Shnat Pioneering Chapter was a great success.
[EUROPE] Twenty-six Students from Communities in Fourteen Countries Graduate from Baalei Tefillah Europe 2021
The pioneering and innovative programme offered by the European Union for Progressive Judaism trains lay leaders to lead prayers for Progressive congregations around the continent.
Specially adapted for 2020, the Bergman Online Seminar for Progressive Jewish Education is a dynamic virtual classroom designed for Progressive and Reform professionals working in the field of Jewish Education from around the world to come together and engage with Israel in a way that brings Jewish texts, peoplehood, and Israeli closer than ever before.