Learn & Explore at AJU
- Bruce Geller Screenwriting Competition
Accepting scripts October 18 - December 10
- Producers on Producing
Thursday, October 28,
7PM - 9:30PM
- But it's So Boring with Maestro Glen Roven
Lecture: October 28, 7:30PM;
Performance: October 31, 2PM
- Sarah Silverman
Monday, November 8,
- Naomi Ragen
Tuesday, November 9,
- A Panel Discussion with Rabbi Harold Kushner
Tuesday, November 10,
- The Frederick R. Weisman Museum Collection at Carolwood
Wednesday, November 10,
10:30AM - 1PM
- Girls Night Out with Judith Viorst
- Mosab Hassan Yousef
- The People vs. Eve
10AM - 2PM
- Conversation and Book Signing with Gal Beckerman & Zev Yaroslavsky
Moriah Society: Building a Meaningful Legacy
The Moriah Society is made up of Jewish men and women in the real estate and building industries who are dedicated to making a lasting difference in the lives of our students. Since its inception, the Moriah Society has raised more than $5 million for American Jewish University.
Among its many programs is the annual golf tournament, now in its 19th year, which will be held at Valencia Country Club on November 1st. The funds raised at this event will provide scholarships to AJU's MBA School of Nonprofit Management for qualified ethnic minority individuals working in the nonprofit world.
Rabbinic Management Institute A Groundbreaking Executive Leadership Program for Rabbis
AJU's School of Nonprofit Management is partnering with the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies and the Rabbinical Assembly to create the Rabbinic Management Institute (RMI), a visionary program for Conservative rabbis. The curriculum is designed to give rabbis the opportunity to engage in deep, applied, educational and professional development in nonprofit management, focusing on issues crucial to the daily work of rabbis in the twenty-first century, such as marketing and public relations, fund development, nonprofit law, budget and finance of nonprofit organizations, strategic planning and negotiation and conflict resolution.
The one-year Institute will commence Sunday, February 6 through February 8, 2011 and will end with another three-day seminar in February 2012, both in Los Angeles. During the year the program will continue with forty hours of online lectures, twenty hours of hevruta study with fellow participants and office hour access to RMI faculty. This structure allows for mentorship, a manageable time commitment and affordable tuition.
For additional information, contact David Singer at RMI@ajula.edu.