Established in 1984 with a student body of five students, The Schechter Institutes has grown into a major Israeli educational organization devoted to the broad dissemination of Jewish studies for ALL Israelis, serving some 85,000 adults and children each year in Israel and Eastern Europe.
Schechter’s Graduate School remains the only academic institution in Israel devoted primarily to the teaching of Jewish Studies.
Schechter Rabbinical Seminary (SRS) is training the next generation of Jewish leaders who will inspire and influence Israeli society, as well as raise a committed Jewish voice for religious pluralism and tolerance.
TALI is a Hebrew acronym for “Enhanced Jewish Studies.” The first TALI school opened in 1976 to provide Jewish content and a Jewish Studies curriculum to Israeli children in secular public schools, where Jewish tradition was barely being taught.
Neve Schechter is a unique nexus, drawing people from all backgrounds to create and enjoy contemporary Israeli culture in dialogue with Jewish tradition.
Midreshet Schechter offers continuing and adult education programs in Hebrew, Russian, English and French to Israelis and immigrants in Bet Midrash frameworks.
Established in 1992 by the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Midreshet Schechter sponsors Zionist-Jewish education in Ukraine under the name of Midreshet Schechter Ukraine, in partnership with Masorti Olami.
Schechter provides us an opportunity to really own our Judaism in order for our desire to learn and cultivate our knowledge.
Shira Lupiansky-Hasson, M.A in Midrash and Jewish Art, Teacher
The exposure to all kinds of people and a variety of Jewish sources allowed for personal growth and the desire to engage with ideas and people different than me.
Sigal Aloni, M.A. in Marpeh Spiritual Care, Clinical Dietitian
I acquired a significant and deep foundation in Halakhah and Midrash thanks to the best teachers in the field.
Raanan Malek, SRS graduate, Rabbi of the Masorti Kehilla in Shorashim
Schechter provided me with the confidence and familiarity of Jewish texts to use in my my profession as a tour guide. Prior to Schechter, I knew a lot of Jewish history but I was looking for ways to connect biblical stories and legends to my teaching.”
Muki Jankelowitz, M.A. in Midrash and Aggadah
When Judaism, in all its complexity, meets contemporary art – all media and varieties – there is a spark. This is what we look for. This is what you experience when you visit Neve Schechter.
Shira Friedman, Curator, The Schechter Gallery
I acquired knowledge to help me understand the world I live in – such as the origins of today’s streams in Judaism – learning that we can’t allow Judaism to be ‘owned’ by any one denomination because it belongs to us all and we must stake our claim.
Moriah Karsagi Aharon, M.A, Contemporary Judaism and Land of Israel, Director of Media and Public Relations, The Schechter Institutes
Join us on May 29th, as we learn about various topics of the holiday of Shavuot. More information to come closer to the date.
Join the entire Masorti/Conservative movement on Sunday, June 12 at 17:00 Israel Time for the premiere presentation of Mivtza Ukraine. "Mivtza" means "operation." Help us do a Mitzvah by supporting Mivtza Ukraine! Meet the refugees, hear their stories and find out what Midrashet Schechter and Masorti Olami have been doing to help.
Alex*, an orphan originally from Kharkiv, who grew up attending Sha’alavim Day School and Camp Ramah Yachad, spent three weeks...
A delegation of twenty-one school principals participating in TALI Education Fund's Halleli program returned from a visit to New York to explore American Jewish life the week before Passover. The visit to Jewish communities and educational institutions in the United States was the culmination of a course that began about two years ago as part of the Halleli program, a Hebrew acronym for Invitation to Study Israeli Judaism.
Over the past two months, the TALI HaDror school Mevaseret Zion has been preparing for Earth Day this week by starting a project that engaged the entire community. Collecting over 7000 bottles and cans for recycling, the students learned about what a communal project looks like as well as how to identify items that can be recycled.
The text of the Torah occasionally seems out of order. This week Eitan Cooper, Executive Vice President of The Schechter Institutes, highlights such...
This week’s Parasha, Emor, repeats a line that has already been stated twice before in the Torah: ” On six...
This week’s Parasha, Kedoshim, includes the very famous adage, “Do not place a stumbling block in front of a blind...