Sponsored by the Manger Foundation
January 8-12, 2023
Yeshivat Hadar, 190 Amsterdam Ave, New York NY, 10023
Registration Fee: $180
Hadar’s Manger Winter Learning Seminar (MWLS) is an opportunity for students and young adults to study in Hadar’s Beit Midrash and take part in an honest, dynamic, and multi-level exploration of Jewish texts with passionate teachers and committed peers.
Immerse yourself in a stimulating week of Torah study, Jewish music, prayer, shared meals, and conversation while connecting to an incredible network of peers who are excited about learning and are working to build bolder, more ambitious, and more meaningful Jewish lives.
This seminar is designed for students and young adults, ages 18-30, with a passion for Jewish texts and an openness to learning, sharing, and growing.
This Year's Theme
Between Praise and Protest: Approaches to God and Prayer
Throughout the millennia, Jewish prayer has been a conduit between humans and God. It contains and expresses the passions, emotions, ideas, and spiritual yearnings of people longing for a connection with the divine. Exploring prayer is a unique way to understand our ancestors' relationship with God and to probe our tradition for guidance in our own spiritual journeys. At Hadar’s Manger Winter Learning Seminar, we will uncover language for gratitude and anger, praise and protest, and the multitude of ways to imagine who God is.
January 8-12, 2023
All times are subject to change
The cost for the seminar is $180. Tuition includes access to the full range of programming, daily breakfast and lunch and dinner when programming runs into the evening. We want to learn with you! If the fee poses an obstacle to registration, please reach out to us at [email protected] and we will do our best to accommodate.
We also offer a $50 discount for referring friends who attend the program.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it for me?
If you’re a student, age 18-30, looking to deepen your Jewish life through learning, prayer, music, and community, then yes!
What is it like in Hadar’s Beit Midrash?
See here for some frequently asked questions about what it’s like to study in Hadar’s Beit Midrash. In general, this program includes Talmud study in the morning, one-off elective classes in the afternoon, and evening programming such as a lecture, panel conversation, or live-podcast taping.
When is it?
January 8-12, 2023Where is it?
Yeshivat Hadar, 190 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10023
Can I attend part-time?
Hadar’s immersive programs are opportunities to step out of your day-to-day routine and immerse yourself in islands of Jewish content and conversation. We strongly encourage all participants to attend the totality of our programs. If you have an extenuating circumstance that prevents you from participating, please write to us at [email protected].
What is your approach to gathering for in-person programming?
Hadar’s approach to in-person gathering is based on medical expertise. Our consults regularly with a medical advisor, an immunologist who has advised schools and other institutions throughout the pandemic. We aim to be responsive to and make decisions based on current conditions, with an understanding of the ever-changing nature of Covid-19.
Currently, we will not be requiring proof of vaccination, masking, or testing as a prerequisite to attending this program. We encourage each participant to make the best decision for their own health and safety. We reserve the right to change protocol, add or shift mitigation measures, or cancel the program. In the event of cancellation, we will offer a full refund.
I have more questions! How can I find out more?
Please reach out to [email protected] with any additional questions.
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