Snapshots and Insights: Continuing Rabbinic Education

Jewish Education Service of North America (JESNA), January 15, 2010

During their years in rabbinical school, Rabbis acquire a tremendous amount of knowledge in certain areas (e.g., Jewish texts and law), and less, if any, in others (e.g., pastoral care and synagogue management). Like other professions, rabbis benefit from opportunities to engage in professional development and study opportunities throughout their careers. As their careers advance, they need training and mentoring around issues of self-care, and the care of their families, their congregations and the greater Jewish community, emergent issues, new responsibilities, changing field demands, non-profit management, and other such topics.

Topic: Programming, Professional Development, Program Evaluation, Training, Clergy

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Coverage: United States

Language: English

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