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jLearn - Innovative Jewish Learning

jLearn - Innovative Jewish Learning

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jLearn - the portal for innovative Jewish learning for students

jLearn is an exciting learning program offering students focused courses on campus aimed at exploring new realms of Jewish thought and philosophy.

This unique program inspires and nurtures students who crave an intellectual grasp of Judaism. Whether it’s Jewish history, philosophy or digging beneath the surface of our rituals and traditions, jLearn focuses on the “why” and the “how”, and not just the “what” of Judaism.

Participate in a course that interests YOU.

Some courses require sign up through the jLearn website. Courses offered are listed below. Not all courses are offered at all times. 

Got an idea of a topic or course? Please email us your idea, we will certainly consider it. Email us here.

 

NEW COURSE - WINTER 2015
Have struggled with the elusive search for meaning?
Meet one of the greatest masters of Kabbalah and learn ancient proven strategies for self-realization and contentment.

Soul Maps, investigates Tanya, the fundamental text of Chassidic thought by Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi.

During each class, you will receive insight into your inner world and you will discover new strategies for overcoming obstacles to change and purpose, and direction.
The Talmud is one of the greatest texts ever written by man. You are sure to enjoy this class.
A weekly dip into the Torah portion - food for body and soul.

For students only.
This is a not to be missed course, exclusively for students.
Discover how Judaism informs our ethical and legal worldview.
This a great chance to get up to speed on your Judaism and Jewish history at no cost.

Sign up now for these great courses.
The Talmud's zany legends tell of gargantuan sea creatures, vinegar-fueled lamps, idolatrous kings, rivers flowing upstream, and a debate of riddles between Jewish and Athenian sages. These intriguing legends are not usually accessible to the general public, nor are the profound pearls of wisdom that are encrypted within them.