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Recent Weddings:

  • Hadassa Levitin to Akiva Stern
  • Sara Ruchama Krystal to Moshe Schneider
  • Chaya Baruch to Yosef Dov Weisenfeld
  • Eliana Levine to Daniel Tzvi Cohen
  • Anya Seyfer to Daniel Gordon
  • Mazal Moria to Elisha Karan
  • Sara Herst to Ari Bellin
  • Rochel Weldler to Pinchas Oustatcher


Births:

Alex (Kurtz) Cohen - a son

Danielle (Weissman) Herbach - a daughter

Helen (Smilovic) Baruch - a son

Chaya (Aragon) Singer - a son

Adina (Jenny Shidler) Block - a son

Rivka (Rubinoff) Friedman - twin sons

Shira (Rubinoff) Winner - twin daughters

Valeri (Zinger) Stavnitser - a daughter

Michal (Shenkman) Deutsch - a daughter

Alumnae News

  • Elana Loew (2008) completed a Masters in Social Work from the Jane Addams School of Social Work and is currently working at Evanston Hospital.
  • Rivka Polsky (2004) completed a Masters in Library Sciences at Dominican University For two years she managed Title I Reading/Math resource program in 12 different schools: supervised over 25 Title I teachers, presented monthly professional development workshops, maintained communication with principals and parents, and collaborated with both Chicago Public Schools and counseling center to ensure the effectiveness of program. Rivka is currently a Middle School language arts and social studies teacher at Bais Rivka. 
  • Rochel Leah Berger (2000) graduated Kent Law School and is currently Assistant Corporate Council of the City of Chicago Building and License Enforcement.

Mazel tov to the following graduates who received State of Illinois teaching certification in January: 

  • Helen Simlovic Baruch - LBS I
  • Estee Elkaim - Elementary Education
  • Sarah Kramer - Elementary Education
  • Mindy Myrowitz - LBS I


Best wishes to them for great success in their professions.


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The Israel Experience Program (IEP) offered by Hebrew Theological College enables a student to spend a year of intensive study in an Israeli yeshiva or seminary while earning college credit. Most students find the year in Israel a challenging and enriching experience that serves as a guide in developing a lifestyle consonant with Torah values.

Through agreements with selected Israeli institutions representing a wide range of yeshivot and seminaries, Hebrew Theological College can assist in some of the details involved in planning a year-long stay. And by providing academic advising and counseling to students before and after their year in Israel, the College can help students ensure that they receive maximum benefit in Torah achievement as well as attain additional educational goals both in Israel and upon their return.

Programs

Each student attends the Israeli institution most suited to his/her background and needs. By design, Hebrew Theological College has established its program at a wide range of institutions. A detailed list of institutions with which the College has agreements is also part of the IEP brochure, available for download below.

Admission Procedures

The applicant will apply to Hebrew Theological College for acceptance to the Israel Experience Program prior to the semester for which enrollment is desired. As part of the admissions process, the student will discuss with HTC counselors the Israeli institution selected by the student as well as the role of the Israel Experience Program in the student’s long-range academic plan. Upon acceptance, the student is then enrolled in the Hebrew Theological College Israel Experience Program and is recognized as such by the Israeli institution.

The deadline for applying for admission to HTC’s Israel Experience Program is April 30th, 2015  

Click here to download Registration Procedures and Application (2015-2016)

TUITION & FEES

Each institution affiliated with Hebrew Theological College’s Israel Experience Program has established its own tuition and fee schedules. Payment to the affiliated Israeli institution is the responsibility of the student and parents.

Hebrew Theological College charges a one-time non-refundable application fee of $100 and program fee of $1,500.

(Please note: Non-refundable late fees will be assessed for applications submitted after the deadline. For full listing of dates and fees, please refer to the Registration Procedures.)

Financial Aid

Tuition and fees are paid directly to the Israeli institution and are the responsibility of the student. Students who may be eligible for governmental financial aid should complete the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. 

Please review the current Israel Experience Program brochure for details.


IEP Brochures and Application For 2015-2016 (PDF Format):

IEP Form Once Accepted

IsraelThe Israel Experience Program (IEP) offered by Hebrew Theological College enables a student to spend a year of intensive study in an Israeli yeshiva while earning college credit. Most students find the year in Israel a challenging and enriching experience that serves as a guide in developing a lifestyle consonant with Torah values.

The Israel Experience Program (IEP) offered by Hebrew Theological College enables a student to spend a year of intensive study in an Israeli yeshiva while earning college credit. Most students find the year in Israel a challenging and enriching experience that serves as a guide in developing a lifestyle consonant with Torah values.

Through agreements with selected Israeli institutions representing a wide range of yeshivot, Hebrew Theological College can assist in some of the details involved in planning a year-long stay. And by providing academic advising and counseling to students before and after their year in Israel, the College can help students ensure that they receive maximum benefit in Torah achievement as well as attain additional educational goals both in Israel and upon their return.

The following Yeshivot are participants of IEP:

  • Aderes Hatorah
  • Ateret Yerushalayim
  • Bais Yisroel
  • Chofetz Chaim
  • Derech Etz Chaim
  • Derech Ohr Samayach
  • Hakotel
  • Har Etzion
  • Kerem B’Yavneh
  • Kesher
  • Lev HaTorah
  • Mercaz HaTorah
  • Midrash Shmuel
  • Migdal HaTorah

           

  • Nesivos Ahron
  • Netiv Aryeh
  • Ohr Yerushalayim
  • Orayta
  • Or Dovid
  • Reishit Yerushalayim
  • Sha’alvim
  • Sha’are Mevaseret Zion
  • Shaarei Tevunah
  • Tiferet Yerushalayim
  • Tehilas Shlomo
  • Toras Moshe
  • Toras Simcha
  • Torat Shraga
  • Yishrei Lev

List subject to change

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Jewish Studies Online (JSOL) offers internet-based college courses in Math, Psychology and History. Our classes are taught by highly-qualified and engaging professors through Hebrew Theological College, an accredited college with an 90-year history of excellence.

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