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Hebrew

Have you ever wanted to learn Hebrew? Study spoken Hebrew at your own pace, and learn how to communicate with Israelis and Jews from around the world. This isn't your typical language class - it's designed around your interests, and will have you speaking Hebrew from the first day!

Jewish/Israeli Films Festival

Put some extra meaning into your next Netflix binge. Watch some of Israel's modern and classic movies and TV shows and discover how Israel is portrayed through the camera lens.

Fighting Anti-Semitism 101

Anti-Semitism is on the rise in the United States and around the world. Explore its origins, how it manifests on the political right and the left, and what you can do to fight its spread. Explore the most effective tools for combatting Anti-Semitism online, in person, and in your community.

The Land of Israel: A Virtual Deep Dive into Cities, Sites, Borders, and Waters

This course is a chance to get virtually up close and personal with Israel. Explore the breadth and depth of the land with interactive looks into the shuk, the nitty gritty cities of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, and the majestic nature of the desert, the Dead Sea, and the Golan Heights. Get to know the trails and sites of Israel, and their importance to Judaism, Islam, and global geopolitics. 

Intro to Jewish Social Justice

What is "Jewish Social Justice"? What does it mean to repair the world as Jews? What is the relationship between learning and action? Should we preference immediate needs or long-term impact? How can we prioritize among the variety of inequalities? Is our primary responsibility to our own community or the broader world? Does your desire for justice come from your relationship to Judaism or somewhere else? Through traditional and modern sources, we'll seek to understand what Jewish social justice is, and how it can guide our efforts to improve the world. *This course is offered in partnership with Project Zug

Judaism + Leadership

What does Judaism tell us about being leaders today? Do you think of yourself as a leader - and do you want to be one? Using Jewish history, texts, and stories, consider different models of leadership and how you can apply them in your life.

Hebrew

Have you ever wanted to learn Hebrew? Study spoken Hebrew at your own pace, and learn how to communicate with Israelis and Jews from around the world. This isn't your typical language class - it's designed around your interests, and will have you speaking Hebrew from the first day!

Jewish/Israeli Films Festival

Put some extra meaning into your next Netflix binge. Watch some of Israel's modern and classic movies and TV shows and discover how Israel is portrayed through the camera lens.

Fighting Anti-Semitism 101

Anti-Semitism is on the rise in the United States and around the world. Explore its origins, how it manifests on the political right and the left, and what you can do to fight its spread. Explore the most effective tools for combatting Anti-Semitism online, in person, and in your community.

The Land of Israel: A Virtual Deep Dive into Cities, Sites, Borders, and Waters

This course is a chance to get virtually up close and personal with Israel. Explore the breadth and depth of the land with interactive looks into the shuk, the nitty gritty cities of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, and the majestic nature of the desert, the Dead Sea, and the Golan Heights. Get to know the trails and sites of Israel, and their importance to Judaism, Islam, and global geopolitics. 

Intro to Jewish Social Justice

What is "Jewish Social Justice"? What does it mean to repair the world as Jews? What is the relationship between learning and action? Should we preference immediate needs or long-term impact? How can we prioritize among the variety of inequalities? Is our primary responsibility to our own community or the broader world? Does your desire for justice come from your relationship to Judaism or somewhere else? Through traditional and modern sources, we'll seek to understand what Jewish social justice is, and how it can guide our efforts to improve the world. *This course is offered in partnership with Project Zug

Judaism + Leadership

What does Judaism tell us about being leaders today? Do you think of yourself as a leader - and do you want to be one? Using Jewish history, texts, and stories, consider different models of leadership and how you can apply them in your life.