The Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies (www.pardes.org.il) is an open, inclusive, diverse and intellectually challenging Jewish learning community based in Jerusalem with programs worldwide. Pardes cultivates a life-long love of Jewish learning, the Jewish people and Israel. Pardes inspires engagement in Jewish life — as communal and spiritual leaders, educators and active participants.
Whether you have always dreamt of studying in Israel, are looking for something meaningful to do during your vacation, or are considering a career in Jewish Education, Pardes offers a variety of learning opportunities at every level.
Mazel tov to Pardes alums Alicia Jo Rabins (Year ’98-’99, Fellows ’99-’00) and Jessica Tamar Deutsch (Summer ’17) for being selected as 2 of the 4 first-ever Visiting Artists at The Bronfman Fellowship! “The Bronfman Fellowship is a year-long, transformative experience of study and conversation centered around pluralism, social responsibility and Jewish texts, participated in by twenty-six Jewish Continue Reading »
Mazel tov to the 11 Pardes alumni who were accepted to Hadar’s Jewish Wisdom Fellowship! Akiko Yonekawa (Summer ’11, Educators ’15-’16) Alana Rahmani (Educators ’18-’19) Evelyn Tauben (Summer ’11, Spirituality Retreat ’12) Matthew Kolbert (Summer ’18) Naomi Adland (Year ’09-’10, Staff ’10-’12) Rachel Dingman (Summer ’14, Educators ’15-’16, Fellows ’16-’17) Tamar Zaken (Summer ’05) Tony Julian Westbrook Continue Reading »
By Amalia Mark (Educators ’16-’17, Year ’18-’19) and Leeza Negelev – Usually, Mayyim Hayyim’s Paula Brody & Family Education Center echoes with voices asking questions and expressing curiosity as participants ages 9-90 engage first-hand with our mikveh. A mikveh is the ultimate experiential educational opportunity. At Mayyim Hayyim we go on scavenger hunts, play charades, and act out Continue Reading »
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