AJULA – American Jewish University

American Jewish University is a thriving center of Jewish resources and talent built upon the mission of Jewish Learning, Culture, Ethics, Leadership and Peoplehood. In 2007, the University of Judaism merged with Brandeis-Bardin creating a landmark entity, American Jewish University, with two campuses, a single vision and a shared future. Today American Jewish University is one of the largest and most innovative Jewish institutions in the country.

JESNA – Jesna

JESNA’s role — to strengthen communities and their educational offerings by providing tested solutions, leveraging partnerships, promoting synergies, and building the connections that strengthen us all – has not changed, though the strategies by which we accomplish our goals have been refined and strengthened over the past year.

Jewish virtual librarykabbalah vitrual library

The Jewish virtual library can give you head start with your investigating the Kabbalah world.

Dor Vador Institutions Dor Vador institutions

Were founded in 1986 by the cabbalist Rabbi Moshe Ben Tov shlita and his sons to provide for the material and spiritual needs of the poor, spread Torah and educate Jews from all over the world in the laws and spirit of Jewish family life.
The Dor Vador network includes several organizations.

JSIJ – Jewish studies internet journal

JSIJ is a peer-reviewed, electronic journal dealing with all fields of Jewish studies, which is distributed free of charge via the Internet. JSIJ seeks to disseminate articles much faster than is possible with paper publication, and to make these articles readily and conveniently accessible to a wide variety of readers at all times.

The mission of the Schechter Institutes is to help fashion an Israeli society and a Jewish world secure in its Jewish roots and strong in its democratic values. Shechter Institutes
The Schechter Institutes, Inc. is a not-for-profit (501-c-3) organization committed to advancing pluralistic Jewish studies programs that are reaching tens of thousands of children and adults in Israel and the Former Soviet Union.

HUC – JIR : Hebrew Union College Hebrew Union college

Jewish Institute of Religion is the intellectual, academic, spiritual, and professional leadership development center of Reform Judaism. Our faculty, students, administration, and family of friends and supporters represent our fervent hope for the Jewish future, our commitment to the present, and our continuity with all the generations of the past.

The Jewish Theological Seminary – JTS Jewish theological seminar

JTS is the academic and spiritual center of Conservative Judaism worldwide, encompassing a world-class library and five schools, including the Albert A. List College of Jewish Studies, The Graduate School, William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education, The Rabbinical School, and the H. L. Miller Cantorial School and College of Jewish Music. JTS trains tomorrow’s religious, educational, academic, and lay leaders for the Jewish community and beyond.

CAJE – central communal agency of Jewish education central communal agency of Jewish education

Miami’s central communal agency of Jewish education, responsible for high quality educational leadership and service, CAJE fosters collaboration, creativity and commitment to educational excellence. It serves as an anchor for decision-making and as a baseline for strategic thinking and analysis. Together with the Jewish educational institutions, CAJE empowers the next generation with Jewish knowledge, values and passion – the key ingredients which guarantee our Jewish future.

Aleph Society Alepf Society

The Aleph Society exists to support the work of Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz around the globe, and his mission to make the Talmud and other sources of Jewish knowledge accessible to all Jews. The centrality of textual learning and spiritual growth infuses all of the programs under the Rabbi’s aegis.