Korman Chair in Inclusive Jewish Education – Hebrew College

Hebrew College invites applications for the Korman Chair in Inclusive Jewish Education. This endowed professor provides academic and entrepreneurial leadership, vision, and scholarship for our Center for Inclusive Jewish Education and serves as a core faculty member of our Shoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education. The Korman Chair will teach and mentor graduate students, build and sustain partnerships with academic and community-based organizations dedicated to enhancing the quality of Jewish education for diverse learners including children with special needs, and innovate professional development systems and services.
Hebrew College is a vibrant, growing, and transforming institution of Jewish learning located in the Boston area. It embraces a pluralistic community passionately committed to learning, creativity, and communal responsibility. In addition to the Shoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education, the College includes the Rabbinical School and School of Jewish Music, all aspiring toward greater inclusivity. Faculty, students and programs represent a global network of learners. For additional information, visit www.hebrewcollege.edu.
Interested candidates should forward a CV and letter including a statement on teaching and leadership philosophies as well as what you find compelling about teaching at Hebrew College to:
Rabbi Dr. Michael Shire
Dean and Professor of Jewish Education
160 Herrick Road
Newton, MA 02459 USA

Applications will be reviewed beginning January 30 and continue until the position is filled.