Jewish LearningWorks inspires professional excellence through networking, skill building, coaching and leadership development programs.
In response to physical distancing guidelines, Jewish LearningWorks trainings will be held online until further notice.
The professional learning team is honored to have the ongoing opportunity to work with and learn from our community of talented, dedicated and inspiring educators. For 120 years, Jewish LearningWorks has served as a wellspring of support and training for educators and organizations throughout the Bay Area. Since completing our strategic plan in 2017, we have expanded both the breadth and depth of our professional development offerings, which last year touched more than 1000 teachers, camping and youth professionals, senior educational leaders and others in more than 100 local organizations.
We encourage you to rely on us as a resource for your work by participating in:
Individualized coaching and customized training
Content rich virtual learning opportunities
- A NEW digital learning initiative launching summer 2021
The Voices for Good women’s leadership initiative
Communities of Practice to enable professionals to reflect on their work
- And our menu of learning opportunities for youth professionals made possible by the Bay Area Area Jewish Teen Education and Engagement initiative
We are always open to your feedback on our work. We invite you to be in touch with Jenni Mangel, Director of Educational Leadership.
Professional Learning Opportunities
Voices for Good
A multi-pronged initiative deepening our commitment to nurturing high quality educational and communal leadership.
NEW Digital Learning Initiative
Coming this summer, intensive learning to help you move from surviving to thriving in digital spaces.
Coaching and Customized Training
Coaching support for individuals and customized trainings for staff teams.
Customized support, consultation and referral for youth professionals and families.
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Jewish LearningWorks maintains “edulist” as a service to the community where professionals can post events, job postings, and questions about classroom matters. If you are not already signed up for edulist, please click the button to subscribe. Edulist is distributed to ~500 professionals throughout the Bay Area.
Jewish Learning Works has inspired me so many times to recommit to my work and take the time to explore my own learning, dare to step out of any routine that I may have created educationally and strive to be effective, interesting, and relevant to my students.Congregational educator