Today's Jewish organizations are at a crossroads. With fewer donors influencing the agenda for how limited resources are used, there is a pressing need to rethink the existing structures, enabling more voices to be heard. On Sunday, April 2, Hebrew College in Newton Centre, MA will host the Ruderman Summit on Philanthropy, Power and Democracy in the Jewish Community of the 21st Century.
The Miller Center for Interreligious Learning and Leadership at Hebrew College hosted a unique colloquium on the training of rabbis for service in a multi-religious society.
LimmudBoston 2016 drew approximately 600 attendees from throughout Massachusetts and other New England states to Temple Reyim in Newton on Sunday. The conference – a “Jewish learningfest of culture and identity” – included over 75 presenters, of which over 15 were faculty, staff, alumni and current students of Hebrew College.
Hebrew College (HC) and the Boston University School of Theology (BUSTH) have announced a new partnership that includes joint interreligious publications, academic courses, and public events. This partnership of two major centers for the training of religious leaders—one Jewish and one Christian—represents an important opportunity to advance the field of interreligious education and leadership development.
David Fialkow, co-founder and managing director of venture capital firm General Catalyst, will join entrepreneurs Rob Biederman and Andy Levine – founders of Catalant and DuVine Cycling + Adventure Co., respectively – as the guest speakers at Hebrew College’s fourth CEO Forum on Thursday, November 3, 2016.