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Delet students bring diverse experiences to their studies, yet all share a passion for Jewish education. 

Delet Cohort 14 (2015-2016)

Naomi Bilmes graduated from the University of Maryland with a BA in English Literature, and  concentrations in Creative Writing and Psychology. She then spent over a year studying  at Pardes in Jerusalem, and has since been working as a third grade assistant at the Maimonides School in Brookline. She has taught young children, teens, and adults and loves each age group for a different reason. She hopes that the DeLet program in Secondary English Education will help her intertwine and teach her two greatest loves: Judaism and literature.

Matan Malka was born in San Diego, CA and lived there for 18 years of his life. He also holds Israeli citizenship and has since he was about 2 months old. He has visited Israel almost every year of his life, which is why he has such a strong connection to the people and the country itself. He graduated from Sonoma State University with a bachelor's degree in History. He worked his last 2 years of college for the Boys and Girls Club of Central Sonoma County. This was where he improved his skills to the point that he realized teaching was the only path for him.

Sara Fried grew up in Brookline, MA, and graduated Brandeis University with a BA in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies, with a focus in Bible. She has taught Hebrew and Judaics in religious schools, including the Boston-area Jewish Education Program and Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley, MA. She also works at the Jewish Community Day School of Greater Boston assisting in curriculum development and teacher education around issues of Jewish pluralism. She is pursuing the Secondary/Tanakh track of Delet, and hopes to teach Tanakh in a Jewish high school.

Arielle Nagle grew up in Scottsdale, AZ and received her bachelor's degree in psychology from Emory University in Atlanta, GA. She has worked with children in several settings, including her work as a teaching assistant in day schools in Florida and Arizona and as a counselor at multiple Jewish day camps. Arielle is passionate about working with children. She is thrilled to have this opportunity to refine her professional teaching skills in a meaningful Jewish setting.

Meet past Delet Cohorts:

Cohort 6, 2007-2008 Cohort 7, 2008-2009
Cohort 8, 2009-2010 
Cohort 9 2010-2011
Cohort 10, 2011-2012 Cohort 11, 2012-2013
Cohort 12, 2013-2014 Cohort 13, 2014-2015