Adult Learning Classes

Delve into Jewish history and thought; deepen your understanding of Jewish ethics and values; and build connection and community over deep conversations in classrooms, cafes, and living rooms.

Whether you’re a recent college grad, a new parent, a working professional, or a recent retiree, Hebrew College, with its partner,  the CJP Commission on Jewish Learning and Engagement, offers many ways to begin or continue your lifelong journey of Jewish learning and discovery.

Choose the right Adult Learning Program for you 

Me’ah: Journey through Jewish texts and ideas from biblical times to the present through Me’ah Classic; deep dive into a particular historic period, theme, or personality through Me’ah Select; or gain insights into Jewish texts, thought, and history along with adult learners from around the world via Me’ah Online.

Parenting Through a Jewish Lens: Navigate the challenges of parenting kids, from toddlers to teens, guided by Jewish wisdom, through Parenting Through a Jewish Lens, Parenting Your 'Tween Through a Jewish Lens, and Parenting Your Teen Through a Jewish Lens.

Eser: Connect with other young adults in their 20s and 30s, discuss issues that matter to you and your peers, and expand your community through through-provoking conversations. Sign up for Eser's 10-session series, attend one of our special events, join one of our conversation and learning groups.

Open Circle Jewish Learning: Ask big questions, explore relevant topics, and find meaning in Jewish sources of wisdom. Learn and make a difference through a social justice community group, participate in a conversation group focused on mysticism and mindfulness; or create your own salon on any topic ranging from Israel to the Torah. 


Anna Katsevman
Program Administrator



"In a learning environment, we are encouraged not to dismiss but to question, to grapple, to engage. This is the reward that Jewish learning gives us, a tool to move forward in the world with a discerning eye and a willingness to delve deeper into challenges that may seem insurmountable."

— Eser Participant, 2014-2015




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