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Beis Hamidrash — Lubavitch Adult Education — offers a wide variety of learning opportunities: scheduled group classes throughout the city, individual classes at home and places of business, all to accommodate the needs of individuals and families from all backgrounds.
Classes cover the entire spectrum of Torah and Jewish knowledge — weekly Torah texts, insights to its intellectual and mystical meanings, Jewish history, Hebrew, lifecycle, Talmud, and Jewish philosophy.
Dedicated to providing adult education services to Jews in the Mequon area, the goal of Mequon Torah Center is to provide a venue for all Jews to connect with the beauty of the Torah, and its relevance today. We encourage Torah learning by coordinating public lectures, classes, one-on-one study partners and workshops in a wide range of topics, from beginner to advanced levels. Classes are also held in the comfort of one’s home or office.
Director: Rabbi Dov Lisker
The Milwaukee Kollel is a source for Jewish knowledge and growth. It seeks to provide a stepping stone for Jews of all ages who want to discover the beauty and meaning of Jewish life and learning. The Kollel provides a wide array of educational and experiential activities throughout the Milwaukee area. Whether at our center, a business board room or a private home, the Kollel strives to build an inspired Jewish community.
Dean/Rosh HaKollel: Rabbi Mendel Senderovic
With faculty from over a dozen departments, the Mosse/Weinstein Center for Jewish Studies provides a vibrant, interdisciplinary approach to the study of Jewish civilization and a thriving intellectual and cultural community at one of the best public universities in the world. CJS offers major and certificate programs in Jewish Studies, courses in a variety of subjects, and numerous undergraduate and graduate scholarships. In addition, the Center presents a wide range of community programming, including lectures, the Greenfield Summer Institute, the Mayrent Institute for Yiddish Culture, and the Conney Project on Jews and the Arts.