College-Jewish Institute of Religion’s
New York School of Education Gateways for Learning Offers Classes
in Cherry Hill, NJ
September 11-December 18, 2003
Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:30 PM
1101 Springdale Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003, (856) 489-0029
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion’s New York
School of Education now offers classes in Cherry Hill, NJ. This
new program is part of the School of Education’s Gateways
for Learning program, offering continuing education in Adult Education
and Jewish Family Education leading to certification or a Master
of Arts in Jewish Religious Education.
Gateways for Learning is a Continuing Education program for Jews
of all ages and backgrounds who are, or wish to become, Jewish Educators.
The program, tailored to meet the needs of adult learners, enables
participants— working over a period of time, at their own
pace, and within a structured program— to explore, assess,
develop, and improve their teaching skills, expand their Jewish
knowledge; strengthen their Jewish identity; and develop their leadership
The Fall 2003 course offered is:
Changing Faces in the Mirror: The Evolution of the American
Rabbi Richard Address, UAHC, Dept of Jewish Family Concerns
Combining text study, research analysis, and practical application,
this course presents the opportunity for focused, on-going study
in an area of Jewish concern. The class will explore the following
- Where did we come from? A look at family in our sacred texts.
- Where are we today? Current Issues of Family Concerns in today’s
American Jewish Community.
- Where are we going? The evolving roles of synagogues, schools,
communities as extended Spiritual Families.
Students can enroll for 3-credits or non-credit. Those who qualify,
and who successfully complete the course-work, can apply these credits
to a Certificate in Adult Education or Family Education, or to a
Master of Arts in Jewish Religious Education.
$900 for 3-credits
$320 for non-credit
For more information, please contact Jo Kay, Director, 212-824-2213;
The Continuing Education and Certificate Programs are generously
supported by The Covenant Foundation, The Gimprich Family Foundation,
The Lambert Family, and UJA-Federation of New York.