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Pardes Haukah Companion Available Now!

Posted on December 6, 2017

Pardes is thrilled to share the next in our Holiday Companion Series: The Hanukah Companion. Each night, read an “illuminating” piece written by members of the Pardes faculty and add some extra light to your Hanukah. Visit www.elmad.pardes.org/hanukahcompanion to download and print your Companion today.

Development Conference for Jewish Educators

Posted on November 29, 2017

The Pardes Center for Jewish Educators conducted a successful professional development conference for Jewish educators—including day school teachers, administrators and supplementary school educators—who gathered  at the Pearlstone Retreat Center to explore the topic of Cultivating the Whole Child Through a Jewish Lens. The participants, working at 17 different schools from across the US, spent three Continue Reading »

Pardes is Hiring: North American Programs and Engagement Coordinator

Posted on October 16, 2017

The Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies seeks a passionate and highly organized North American Programs and Engagement Coordinator to provide logistical, administrative and communications support for North American events with visiting and local faculty. In parallel, this position involves raising Pardes’s general profile through recruitment-focused networking, online outreach and targeted publicity for both North American Continue Reading »

Teshuva and Time Travel: New 3-Part Podcast Mini Series for the Haggim with Rabbi Dr. Sam Lebens

Posted on September 11, 2017

When we repent, there is a sense in which we’re seeking to undo damage done. It’s almost as if we’re trying to undo the past. How seriously should we take this metaphor? Is the past something that can be undone? In this 3-part mini series for the Haggim, Rabbi Dr. Sam Lebens – a philosopher Continue Reading »

Pardes Smashes 24-Hour Fundraising Target

Posted on September 6, 2017

In an epic fundraising push, Pardes raised more than $300,000 in just 24-hours in an “all or nothing” campaign. This incredible result was achieved with the help of three generous donors who agreed to match all donations up to the $200,000 mark. With the matching contributions of Cindy and David Shapira, Moshe and Libby Werthan Continue Reading »

Aug 30-31: Help Pardes Raise $200,000 in 24 Hours

Posted on August 28, 2017

Starting at NOON August 30 (EDT) Pardes has 24 hours to raising $200,000. Three donors have committed to collectively give $150,000, provided we raise an additional $50,000 by noon on August 31st. It’s all or nothing! Check out www.charidy.com/pardes for more information and mark your calendars!

Over 400 People Attend Tisha B’Av Program 2017

Posted on August 3, 2017

Over 400 people attended a crowded Tisha B’Av program at Pardes this week on the theme of “Beyond Lamentations: Discord & Harmony.” Each of the 10 classes offered were filled to capacity. For the first time, learners who were not able to attend in person could watch a live “This Pardes Life” discussion between Nechama Continue Reading »

Summer Executive Seminar: A Fabulous 5 Days

Posted on July 11, 2017

More than 40 professionals and life-long learners from North America, the UK and Israel gathered at Pardes recently for a week of learning, marking the 20th anniversary of the Executive Learning Seminar (ELS). The topic for the summer session was “Returning to Zion: New Faces, Old Issues,” which focused on the period when Persia became the Continue Reading »

Aviva Golbert Named as Acting Director of PCJE

Posted on July 11, 2017

Aviva Golbert, the current assistant director of the Pardes Center for Jewish Educators (PCJE), will take up an initial one-year appointment as acting director of PCJE when Judy Markose leaves in August. Aviva has been an invaluable part of the PCJE team over the last eight years. She is a Jewish educator with 20 years Continue Reading »

Bitersweet Goodbye to Dr. Judy Markose

Posted on June 22, 2017

As we close up the year at Pardes, we say a bittersweet good-bye to Dr. Judy Markose who is ending a decade of leadership of PEP and PCJE. Judy is heading off to a new career direction in coaching and trauma therapy and while we will miss Judy, we are excited for her and wish Continue Reading »

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