Second-Career Night

Scholarship
Meaning Community
ENGAGE IN JEWISH LEARNING AT THE NEXT LEVEL 

Second-Career Night
An Evening of Information and Conversation on Mid-Career Religious and Graduate Jewish Studies   

This program is held each spring. Check back for information about Second-Career Night 2015. 

The Jewish Theological Seminary
3080 Broadway at West 122nd Street New York City
Please arrive early for check-in, and have photo ID available.  

SAMPLE SCHEDULE:

5:30 p.m.
Rare Book Room presentation with Dr. David Kraemer,
Joseph J. and Dora Abbell Librarian
Professor of Talmud and Rabbinics

6:30 p.m.      
Dinner and Discussion: The Second Career Experience                        
Deans, current second-career students, and Admissions directors  

7:45 p.m.      
Tour of JTS

JTS's Second-Career Night will include dinner, information, and discussion on how to pursue a new path at JTS toward meaningful study and fulfilling careers in the Jewish community.


The program is designed for adults at mid-career, parents with families, and others for whom graduate study could represent a significant transition. This program also caters to retirees and others who wish to explore high-level Jewish study as non-degree students.  

The Graduate School Master's and doctoral degrees in Jewish Ethics, Bible, Midrash, Modern Jewish Studies, Jewish Professional Leadership [Jewish Studies dual degrees in Social Work and Public Administration with Columbia University] and more  

The Rabbinical School Torah Study, spiritual direction, pastoral care, and religious leadership  

William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education Master's and doctoral degrees in Jewish Education with training in pedagogy, curriculum, experiential education, research, and Jewish studies-online and in-residence  

H. L. Miller Cantorial School and College of Jewish Music Jewish sacred music, Torah study, spiritual direction, and religious leadership