Va’ad for Rabbis & Cantors
Madrichim: Rabbi Rachel Bovitz & Rabbi Ira Stone
Online – Zoom
Meets 11:45 am – 1:30 pm EST • Meets every other week September 9, 2019 through May 2020
COURSE F19-AC-MO-RB/IS • Fee: $1,000
Contact Managing Director Lori Shuster and Treasurer Marty Jacobs to apply for clergy scholarships are available for this course. 
(Please contact Lori Shuster and Rabbi Ira Stone before registering.)
Click here to register for this class.


New Class! Graduate Students! • Tomer Devorah
Madrich: Marty Jacobs
Or Hadash  190 Camp Hill Road • Fort Washington, PA 19034
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm EST • September 17 to December 17, 2019
COURSE F19-AC-TU-MJ • Fee: $325
Click here to register.

Open to all students who have created a Ner Tamid statement.


Mussar for These Turbulent Political Times
Madrichot: Beulah Trey & Sonia Voynow
Online – Zoom
Meets: 7:00 – 8:30 pm EST • On November 18, December 16, January 13, February 17, March 3, April 7, May 5, June 2
In this political climate, Mussar Moments abound. This class will provide a lab for participants to work their Mussar Moments, applying both the kibbush and tikkun middot. The shi’ur will focus on text study of middot and exploring their application to this political climate. The va’ad will provide practice applying this new understanding to Mussar Moments.
COURSE F18-AC-SU-BT/SV • Fee: $325; in addition, participants are encouraged to make a separate donation to CCM of $50 or more.


For All Madrichim!


Madrich Colloquium Series
Online – CCM Zoom Room
Meets: 7:30 – 9:00 pm EST

CCM will be hosting a series of monthly conversations for learning and professional development for madrichim. These colloquia will be convened by Rabbi Ira Stone, Dr. Beulah Trey and management team. Each session will feature a teaching about a text and/or practice, presentation from a madrich about something they’d like us to know about their experience teaching Mussar, content and items to support Center for Contemporary Mussar, teaching and organizational growth.

Colloquia will take place (generally) on the last Tuesday of each month.

The cost for participation in the series — one or all — is $18. Commiting to the series is considered professional and organizational developement to develop a robust community of practice. Communities of practice have been defined as “groups of people who share a passion about a topic and who deepen their knowledge and expertise in this area by interacting on an ongoing basis.” 

COURSE F19-MC-TU-IS/BT • Fee: $18