The Rabbinical School of The Jewish Theological Seminary offers a five-year program of study, personal growth and spiritual development that leads to rabbinic ordination and a career of service to the Jewish community. Our graduates work in a host of fields, including congregational life, hospital or military chaplaincy, campus and Hillel leadership, education, camping, scholarship, and Jewish communal service.
Students in The Rabbinical School students are available to assist communities around the country in leading synagogue services and teaching/tutoring. Click here to contact the Rabbinical Student Placement Service for more information.
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Founded in 1886 as a rabbinical school, The Jewish Theological Seminary today is the academic and spiritual center of Conservative Judaism worldwide, encompassing a world-class library and five schools. JTS trains tomorrow's religious, educational, academic, and lay leaders for the Jewish community and beyond.