Providing musical material to teachers, musicians, choir directors and ritual leaders. Sheet music, choral and instrumental arrangements, soundtrack recording, virtual choirs, virtual and live productions of events and workshops.
Adult Education & Community ResourcesThe Bay Area offers multiple opportunities for adults to study Judaism. In addition to the resources listed below, most JCCs and congregations offer adult education classes. See Religious Life category and JCC listings under Agencies & Organizations for more information. In addition, resources abound for educators and professional development.
Micro-community with shared affinity principle gathering online once or twice a month to study Jewish texts. DIY model allows each group to design a series that fits their schedule.
HaMaqom creates inclusive communities through Jewish learning and practice.
Presented by the Contra Costa JCC. Inclusive, vibrant partnership of synagogues, Jewish organizations and schools serving Contra Costa and Tri-Valley.
Offers programs in four Bay Area locations: San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley and Mill Valley. Details are on the website.
Leading center of Jewish thought and education serving Israel and North America. Mission is to strengthen Jewish peoplehood, identity, and pluralism and ensure that Judaism is a compelling force for good in the 21st century.
Resource pool of Jewish educators for the Bay Area. Jewish concepts explored in an engaging and stimulating environment. Ongoing classes and short courses available.
Providing educators with knowledge, skills and tools to serve their students through online seminars, webinars, professional networks and customized consultation and coaching.
Career coaching at JVS is a one-on-one, fee-based offering that helps job seekers clarify goals, plan a transition or resolve issues hindering growth.
JVS's programs connect job seekers to training opportunities in growing industries, such as technology, healthcare, skilled trades and more.
JVS offers online workshops and events in San Francisco including job search skills classes, and employer networking events at no cost to job seekers.
2021 is the 22nd consecutive summer for three-week intensive Hebrew language program on the campus of the University of San Francisco. Emphasis on conversation. For more information, visit the website.