As Schechter's programs have grown, our physical space has grown with it. We have created two centers of pluralistic Jewish learning in Israel: the New Schechter Campus in Jerusalem and Neve Schechter in Tel Aviv.
The new Jerusalem Campus today serves as the hub for Schechter academic studies. The Legacy Heritage House of the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies officially opened its doors to over 600 students and faculty in 2012 when all classes moved to the new 25,000 sq. ft. five-storey building designed by Israel Prize Laureate Ada Karmi-Melamede. The new facility hosts a number of Israeli and international conferences each year, as well as the annual commencement exerices of the Schechter Institute Graduate School. It is also the venue for new and exciting art exhibits which explore the boundary between Judaism and the arts.
We thank all our friends who enabled the completion of this essential place of learning, ensuring that Schechter education will continue to grow and influence vast sectors of Israeli society. Go to Friends of Schechter Jerusalem Campus. to Friends of Schechter Jerusalem Campus.
Neve Schechter-Legacy Heritage Center for Jewish Culture in Tel Aviv's Neve Zedek neighborhood serves a a magnet for educational and cultural activites in Tel Aviv, drawing thousands of Tel Avivians to its rich program combining Jewish culture and Jewish studies. The center is also home to the Masorti Kehillah in Neve Zedek. With the first building completed and a Center for Jewish Education planned, Neve Schechter is making a vital and unique contribution to the community and beyond.
We thank all our friends who enabled the completion of this essential place of learning ,ensuring that Schechter education will continue to grow and influence vast sectors of Israeli society. Go to Friends of Schechter Tel Aviv Campus.
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