Thank you for your interest in teaching for Kevah! We've tried to cover everything you might want to know, but please don't hesitate to contact us at email@example.com if you have any other questions.
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What do Kevah Groups study?
Our groups study a wide range of topics. Our most popular subjects include:
- Great Books (e.g. Bible, Prophets, Judges, Talmud, Midrash, Medieval Codes, Hasidic masters)
- Audacious Questions (Jewish perspectives on sexuality, race, art, Zionism, food, God, etc.)
- Rituals and Holidays
- Women in the Bible
- Environmental and Sustainability Issues
- Food Justice and Mindfulness
- Social Justice Issues
No! Kevah employs educators with a variety of backgrounds, including graduate and rabbinical schools, Jewish day schools, and other professional training. However, you must have at least one year of formal training in classical Jewish texts and be passionate about facilitating and engaging conversation for Jewish adults. If you would like to apply to be a Kevah educator, click here.
Groups have the option of meeting monthly, bi-weekly, or weekly. A group that meets monthly will meet up to 10 times in a calendar year, a bi-weekly group will meet up to 16 times, and a weekly group will meet up to 32 times. We are most interested in educators who can teach at least once per week. Each meeting is generally 1-2 hours, depending on the group, and every educator, of course, will need to designate some amount of time to prepare, to consult with our Director of Education, and to check in periodically with our staff to be sure the group is running smoothly.
Yes. If you are hired as a Kevah educator, we will provide you with access to our curricular resources.
Kevah educators are responsible for creating their own source sheets. Our Director of Education will gladly discuss source material and walk you through our source sheet templates and curricular resources.
Kevah is an inclusive organization that places significant emphasis on pluralism, and Kevah learners come from a wide variety of learning backgrounds and knowledge sets. Kevah will make sure to match you with a group of learners that is compatible with your teaching style; we also periodically offer educator workshops, and all of our new educators participate in an orientation with our Director of Education.
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