Hebrew College Revenue and Competitors

Boston, MA USA



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Hebrew College's estimated annual revenue is currently $15M per year.(i)
  • Hebrew College's estimated revenue per employee is $107,914

Employee Data

  • Hebrew College has 139 Employees.(i)
  • Hebrew College grew their employee count by 72% last year.

Founded in 1921, Hebrew College is dedicated to the principle that rigorous, pluralistic Jewish education is essential to building and sustaining a vibrant Jewish community. We are committed to training Jewish professionals who have a strong foundation in classical Jewish studies and are equally well equipped to engage the complexities of contemporary Jewish life. We also embrace a mission that connects serious academic study of Judaism with the educational needs and challenges of the community, via outstanding adult learning and youth education programs. No ivory tower, Hebrew College strives to be a modern equivalent of Abraham's tent, with all sides open to anyone who wishes to join our passionate pursuit of Jewish education. Here you will find diverse entryways, ranging from intensive text study and professional training that prepare you for a leadership role in the Jewish community to opportunities that enable you to explore Jewish culture, arts and music as a means to define and refine your Jewish identity. Rooted in the Hebraist-Zionist movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, we maintain a deep commitment to the importance of Hebrew language as a conveyor of Jewish culture and as a link between Diaspora Jewry and the State of Israel. Courses at Hebrew College were originally taught only in Hebrew; today most classes are taught in English, but Hebrew language instruction for beginners to advanced students remains an essential element of the curriculum for graduate degree programs and an accessible option for adult learners and Prozdor high school students. Hebrew College's legacy also bequeaths a strong commitment to pluralism, open to all forms of Jewish expression, commitment and practice. We seek to engage diverse perspectives on any given Jewish topic, both to encourage a dynamic exchange and to foster respect for other points of view. Hebrew College, true to our roots, strives to encompass the broadest spectrum of Jewish life and to model k'lal Yisrael, a community of all Jews, while welcoming members of other faiths to join our vibrant conversation. Hebrew College Mission Statement Hebrew College promotes excellence in Jewish learning and leadership within a pluralistic environment of open inquiry, intellectual rigor, personal engagement and spiritual creativity. We empower and inspire individuals to contribute their voices and vision to the Jewish community and to bring Jewish values to bear on the critical issues of our time. Dedicated to building bridges between the academy and the community, we offer diverse educational and cultural programs for youths, adults and Jewish professionals, and seek to invigorate Jewish life through the following core values



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Hebrew College News

2022-04-13 - We've got to stop the hate.' Chadash Academy offers Jewish children support, education

We've got to stop the hate.' Chadash Academy offers Jewish children support, education ... Julie Zorn, director of the Chadash Community Hebrew...

2022-04-06 - Hebrew Union College may stop ordaining rabbis in the Midwest ...

JOLENE ALMENDAREZ, BYLINE: There are three Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religious campuses in the U.S. - New York, Los Angeles and...

2022-03-22 - Hebrew Union College's Cincinnati leadership does not back ending ordinations here

... Los Angeles has support from all Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion deans – except for the leadership in Cincinnati.

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