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  • Dr. Michelle Friedman explores mental illness and stigma

    To mark the opening of The NEW OHEL Jaffa Family Campus, OHEL published the ground-breaking Journal Voices of Strength, to help further discourse in the community and break down the many stigmas that exist. Dr. Friedman, YCT’s Sharon and Steven Lieberman Founder and Chair of Pastoral Counseling was invited to submit the article, which you’ll find below.… Read the rest

  • Keeping UCLA a place of thriving Jewish life and pro-Israel activism

    There’s a campus where Israel is celebrated and Jews thrive. It’s a place where Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaigns have been defeated 15 times since 2002 and where 80 percent of the most recent student body presidents have been committed Jews.  … Read the rest

  • YCT Rabbis Attempting To Rebuild Ties Between Israeli And American Jews

    YCT Musmakh, Rabbi Avram Mlotek (’15), co-founder of Base Hillel and Rabbi at Base MNHTN, writes:

    Attempting To Rebuild Ties Between Israeli And American Jews

    The state of Israel, now having marked its 71st year of statehood, is for many Jews not only a dream fulfilled but one that is still unfolding.… Read the rest

  • Tu B’Shvat Teaches Us We Each Must Take on the Obligation of Addressing Climate Change

    By Rabbi Haggai Resnikoff for The Jewish Forward

    Amid today’s climate catastrophe, Tu B’Shvat offers us a chance to consider our role as environmental caretakers. This past year, news of droughts and deluges, fires and floods, has woven itself across our news feeds in an unending parade of devastation that can only be described as biblical in proportion.… Read the rest

  • Dr. Michelle Friedman Main Speaker at Philadelphia’s 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

  • Tuition & Fellowships

    At YCT Rabbinical School we place great value on the level of dedication, time, and effort required for the rigorous process of learning and professional rabbinic preparation. Thus, tuition is waived for all of our students. Our fellowship program provides a generous stipend for those who are not receiving outside funding, to help them meet their living expenses – ensuring that they can focus on their studies uninterrupted.… Read the rest

  • Why Isn’t 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

  • YCT at Hillel Conference

    On June 14–16, Hillel International held an Educators’ Kallah at the Pearlstone Conference & Retreat Center in Reisterstown, Maryland. First held in the summer of 2015, the conference provides Hillel educators from across the country an opportunity to come together to share ideas and best practices.… Read the rest

  • Are We Mourning and How? Heard Round WexWorld: Tisha B’Av

    Rabbi Asher Lopatin is featured on the Wexner Foundations blog where they asked several from within their network to comment on whether they were observing Tisha b’Av and, if so, how and why. Read their thoughts and insights.Read the rest

  • Melodies and Moments: Shabbat as Conscious Living

    In the rush leading up to this past Shabbat evening, Eliezer Lawrence was late to synagogue and decided to pray on his own at home before his dinner guests arrived.… Read the rest