The JTS 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 people at mid-career, parents, and others for whom graduate study could represent a significant transition.
Learn about schools and programs at JTS including:
- The Kekst Graduate School: Master’s and doctoral degrees in Jewish Ethics, Bible, Midrash, Modern Jewish Studies, Jewish Professional Leadership (Jewish Studies Dual Degree in Social Work with Columbia University), and more
- The Rabbinical School: Preparation for religious leadership through Torah study, pastoral care, academic rigor, spiritual direction, and social justice
- 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: Comprehensive mastery in Jewish sacred music for leadership through prayer, Jewish education, pastoral care, and Torah study