legacy fellowships

Midcareer Fellowship Program
for Prospective MJEd Students

request more informationThe Shoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education is now recruiting the fourth cohort of Midcareer Fellows for spring 2015 enrollment in the school’s Master of Jewish Education program.



PRIORITY APPLICATION DEADLINE NOV. 15, 2014. CLICK HERE TO APPLY.



This fellowship is funded in part by the Legacy Heritage Fund. Fellows 
will receive an annual tuition financial-aid package of up to 65 percent to participate in this three-year, part-time program. Fellows must complete 12 credits per year for each year of the program, for a total of 36 credits. Participants are also required to attend an annual fellows conference each year that they are enrolled in the program. Conference expenses will be covered for travel, lodging and food.

Admission Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree from accredited college or university
  • Current or previous experience working in Jewish educational settings

Fellowship recipient Orna Siegel discusses her Hebrew College experience:

For a full description of the Master of Jewish Education program, including application requirements and course of study, click here.

MORE INFORMATION

Office of Admissions
Hebrew College
617-559-8610
admissions@hebrewcollege.edu