The Shoolman School of Graduate Jewish Education at Hebrew College is excited to announce that for the fourth year running, it has received a generous grant to continue funding its Midcareer Fellowship program. The Midcareer Fellowship, which currently serves 45 students, is for new students who enroll in the Master of Jewish Education program and commit to earning 12 credits a year over the course of three years. Fellows receive an annual financial-aid award of up to 65 percent. (Application review begins May 15, 2016, with a priority deadline of March 2.)
The Master’s Degree in Jewish Education program can be completed entirely online and is designed to meet educator’s unique interests and busy schedules. Hebrew College’s 36-credit Master of Jewish Education degree may be completed as a stand-alone degree or with a specialization in Early Childhood Jewish Education, Jewish Special Education, Jewish Experiential Education or with its newly added Interfaith Family Jewish Engagement certificate, and includes supervised field experiences in one’s home community.
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