Midrashiya Program in Israel Prepares Rabbis’ Wives for Leadership Roles in the Community

While their husbands pursue rabbinical studies in the YU RIETS Israel Kollel at the university’s campus in Jerusalem, a group of women now have a learning program of their own that will prepare them for their roles as community leaders. The Yeshiva University Center for the Jewish Future (CJF) launched the Midrashiya Program for the wives of rabbinical students this fall in partnership with the RIETS Israel Kollel and the Jewish Agency MASA Israel Program.

Association of Modern Orthodox Day Schools and Yeshiva High Schools Trains Educators for Administrative Roles

As many Jewish day-school principals and administrators retire over the next decade, the profession will look to the next generation of Jewish educators to take their place. Most day-school teachers have never received formal training in school administration, and often find themselves struggling to balance teaching with new administrative responsibilities.