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  • Dr. Michelle Friedman Main Speaker at Philadelphia’s City Hall Tree of Life Commemoration
    https://www.yctorah.org/2019/11/dr-michelle-friedman-main-speaker-at-philadelphias-city-hall-tree-of-life-commemoration/

    Philadelphia Commemorates One-Year Mark of Pittsburgh Shooting

    By Jesse Bernstein

     

    The drive from Center City, Philadelphia, to the Tree of Life synagogue building in Squirrel Hill in Pittsburgh is a straightforward one, even if it’s a bit long. From the Jewish Community Services Building at 2100 Arch St.,… Read the rest

  • Semikha
    https://www.yctorah.org/yct-rabbinical-school/programs/semikha/ 4 year Semikha Program

    The Semikha program accepts Modern Orthodox male applicants who demonstrate love and dedication to serving the Jewish people, and who posses yirat Shamayimahavat haTorah, and ahavat Klal Yisrael. Students should have facility with Gemara and rabbinic texts, overall academic excellence, potential for leadership skills, an open and inclusive orientation, and high moral character.… Read the rest

  • YCT Condemns Rav Yigal Levenstein’s Hurtful and Divisive Remarks
    https://www.yctorah.org/2016/07/hurtful-divisive-remarks/

    Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School joins the many rabbis, government officials, and institutions in Israel in rejecting the hurtful and unacceptable words of Rabbi Yigal Levenstein of the B’nai David Preparatory Seminary in Eli.  In an act unbecoming of a leader preparing young Jewish men to serve in the IDF, Rabbi Levenstein lashed out both at the LGBT community, calling them perverted, and at the Reform community, which he called a Christian denomination.… Read the rest

  • The Ethiopian Jewish Holiday of Sigd is More Relevant Than Ever
    https://www.yctorah.org/2020/11/the-ethiopian-jewish-holiday-of-sigd-is-more-relevant-than-ever/

    By Rabbi Yonah Berman for The Jewish Forward

    In the 1997 Seinfeld episode “The Strike,” George Castanza is embarrassed when his father Frank shamelessly promotes Festivus, a December 23 celebration that Frank created years ago in reaction to the other winter festivals in popular culture.… Read the rest

  • Why Isn’t Climate Change a Bigger Issue for the Orthodox?
    https://www.yctorah.org/2020/08/why-isnt-climate-change-a-bigger-issue-for-the-orthodox/

    By Haggai Resnikoff for The Jewish Forward

    Why have Orthodox Jews been so slow to commit to the struggle against climate change? The Pope and the Islamic Society of North America have spoken up about it. In January, Renewal Rabbi Arthur Waskow’s Shalom Center issued a statement with more than 500 rabbinic signees, and this spring, Reform Rabbi Jennie Rosenn launched Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action, a new Jewish non-profit devoted solely to mobilizing the American Jewish community to confront the climate crisis.… Read the rest

  • With Real-time Closed Captioning, YCT Breaks Down Barriers and Shares Torah to a Wider Audience
    https://www.yctorah.org/2020/08/with-real-time-closed-captioning-yct-breaks-down-barriers-and-shares-torah-to-a-wider-audience/

    By Rabbi Yonah Berman for eJewish Philanthropy

    I recently spearheaded an online adult education program called Changemakers. This program brought together 30 Orthodox synagogues across North America to share in a four-part Zoom lecture series under the auspices of Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School, where I am the Director of Alumni Engagement and Chair of Professional Rabbinics.… Read the rest

  • Join Our Team
    https://www.yctorah.org/about/leadership/administration-staff/join-our-team-admissions-scout/

    Programs Associate

    Position Brief: Actualizing the mission and vision of YCT by providing administrative and organizational support to ensure the smooth function of the institution. Supporting academic, alumni engagement and public programs. Interaction with and support of our students, faculty, and staff.… Read the rest

  • What the Book of Genesis Tells Us About Sexual Harassment and #MeToo
    https://www.yctorah.org/2017/12/what-the-book-of-genesis-tells-us-about-sexual-harassment-and-metoo/

    YCT musmakh Rabbi Daniel Goodman (’16) claims that the first book of the Torah has plenty to say about sexual exploitation.

    “Bill Cosby. Bill O’Reilly. Harvey Weinstein. Kevin Spacey. Charlie Rose. Matt Lauer. John Conyers. What drives these men to engage in such terrible behavior?… Read the rest

  • Shavuot in Birmingham
    https://www.yctorah.org/2016/06/shavuot-in-birmingham/

    Scott Kalmikoff ’18 writes about a Shavuot visit to Birmingham:

    My maternal grandfather’s family has been living in New York since the 1850s, and I am a sixth-generation New Yorker. Other than studying in Israel for a year and a half, I have spent my entire life in the New York area and had never visited a Jewish community outside of New York or New Jersey, so I naturally wanted to experience small-town Jewish life.… Read the rest

  • It’s Time for a Revolution in Halakhic Rulings
    https://www.yctorah.org/2020/07/its-time-for-a-revolution-in-halakhic-rulings/

    By Rabbi Dov Linzer for The Jewish Forward

    The realities of quarantine and sheltering-in-place during these last few months have created challenges for the halakhically-observant community. Halakhic decisors have issued their rulings, responding appropriately and sympathetically to these unprecedented realities.

    What has largely been absent, however, is a serious engagement with the person asking the question; sympathetic psak is not the same as collaborative or empowering psak.… Read the rest