News and Events
Hornstein student, Yuliya Serebryana, was selected from among hundreds of applicants to attend the Platforma International Summit for RSJ Community Initiators, June 6-8, 2014 in New York City. This summit for Russian-speakers aims to enable participants to develop their community building knowledge and skills, exchange ideas, and form connections that can lead to future collaborations.
Hornstein Chair, Jonathan Sarna, was honored April 3, 2014 with the 2014 Brandeis University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Dean's Mentoring Award.
First-year Hornstein students, Edana Appel and Heather Kufert, and second-year student, Lauren Fredman, participated in the Jewish Community Centers of North America Biennial held in San Diego. [read more]
BrandeisNow interview with Ukrainian Hornstein student, Yuliya Serebryana, about recent Hornstein trip to Ukraine. Read more impressions of the trip to Moldova and Ukraine in the students' daily blog with photos.
Hornstein first-year students, Beth Lesch and Joe Hyams, receive Harry Fein, Samuel Pinanski and Louis Shain Memorial Fellowship awards established by the Hebrew Free Loan Society to recognize academic excellence among students currently pursuing graduate degrees and careers in Judaic Studies, Jewish Communal Service, and Jewish Education.
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The Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program is a master's level program combining intensive academics, field-based experiences, and international travel to prepare visionary leaders for the twenty-first-century Jewish community.
A twenty-one-month, dual-degree graduate program built on a tradition of pragmatic scholarship, Hornstein is your next step toward joining a new generation of Jewish leadership. The Hornstein Program develops your knowledge, your professional skills, and your career goals in the classroom and in the field. Benefit from the high-level education, mentoring, and networking that will enable you to translate your personal commitments into meaningful, professional leadership in the Jewish community.