Resources

Al HaTorah
Sources and lessons.

Herzog Academic College

Da’at Judaic Studies of Michlelet Herzog- Gush Etzion

Sefaria: A Living Library of Jewish Texts Online

Mendel Gottesman Library of Hebraica/Judaica
YU’s own, and one of the world’s great research collections in Bible, Jewish philosophy, Rabbinics, Jewish history, and the Hebrew language.

Bible, Rabbinic Texts, and Rambam
From Mechon Mamre.

Internet Jewish History Sourcebook
Selected sources relating to various aspects of Jewish history, from Fordham University.

Remember.org
A Shoah database containing eyewitness accounts, images, artwork, and lesson plans.

Dorot Jewish Division of the New York Public Library
Another world-class collection located here in New York.

Yale University Library: Judaica Collection
Research portal includes Internet resources, Judaica journals online, reference tools, and more.

RAMBI: Index of Articles on Jewish Studies
Updated daily, the index is based on the collections of the Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem, and includes materials in Hebrew, Latin, and Cyrillic script.

Academic Jewish Studies Internet Directory
Gathers links to databases, library catalogues, research institutes, and more.

Graduate Study

Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration

Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies

INFORMATION ON THE SCHOLARSHIP:

The Mordecai D. and Monique C. Katz Scholarships for Jewish Educators provide substantial tuition support for students preparing for careers in Jewish education.

Coursework includes methodology courses and student teaching. During the senior year, students take course in the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration of Yeshiva University and may be enrolled in an accelerated program toward earning an MS degree.

All scholarship recipients complete a major in Jewish studies, and will receive tuition support in the amount of $20,000 per year in the form of grants and forgivable loans, renewable for three years on campus in New York. Loans will be forgiven on a prorated basis, post-graduation, over the first two years in the field.

Katz Scholars will be chosen on a competitive basis. The selection committee will consider high school and post-high school Israel records, letters of recommendation and evidence of interest in and talent for a career in Jewish education.

After completing the regular application for admission to Stern College, applicants should complete the supplemental forms found under “Mordecai D. and Monique C. Katz Scholarship for Jewish Educators Application.”