Hebrew Language Academy Choir NY, Opening Ceremony, November 2013

Our Mission

Increasing the prestige and the dissemination of the Hebrew language in North America. Encouraging and deepening the learning of the Hebrew language and its use. Promoting activities to disseminate the Hebrew culture in North America and support the development of resources for various initiatives.

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האוטופיסט מקזבלנקה

תביו של ההוגה מכלוף אביטאן מספקים הצצה לעולמם הרוחני של יהודי מרוקו. לאחר שכמעט ונשכחו מדפי ההיסטוריה, מפגש מקרי עם ההיסטוריון דוד גדג', חשף לעולם אוצר בלום של כתבים אוטופיסטיים של הוגה דעות מקורי וייחודי מיהדות מרוקו. מתוך הכתבים עולה תמונה של עולם רוחני והגותי שחלף מן העולם בתמונה: שדרות לה גאר, קזבלנקה, שנות ה-20 או 30 (צילום: Marcelin Flandrin).

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Hagigah Ivrit: A Celebration of the Hebrew Language

June 23, 2016 | Jewish Philanthropy

The second annual Hagigah Ivrit of metropolitan New York, March 6-20, 2016 concluded with a sense of a new tradition in the making. Hagigah Ivrit, “Festival of Hebrew,” is a two-week celebration of local events and activities aimed at celebrating the Hebrew language and its culture. The festival in New York was part of an annual national Hebrew language celebration that took place in March in cities throughout North America.

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Hebrew Language After-School Teacher

Tribeca, New York, New York

Hebrew School located in Lower Manhattan is looking for a Hebrew Language teacher for an 'Ivrit B'ivrit' class, 5:00 - 6:15 on Tuesday afternoons weekly, to begin immediately.

We seek to have our students develop facility in speaking, understanding, reading and writing
Hebrew. Our Hebrew program is taught through the immersion process (Ivrit B'ivrit) wherein the teacher speaks in Hebrew and the goal is for students to do the same. Must be experienced working with elementary aged children. Please forward resume and references.

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Annual Council Conference - December 3-4, 2017

The Annual Meeting of the Council is planned for December 3-4, 2017 in Newark NJ.

The foremost gathering of supporters of the Hebrew agenda in North America, this event includes a day-long gathering on Sunday, December 3, for members of the Council and educators, leaders, clergy, philanthropists and others working to advance the Hebrew agenda. On the 4th, the Council's work continues as the Board gathers for planning sessions and a formal, annual meeting to plot out strategic recommendations for the future.

To learn more, email coordinator@hebrewlanuagecouncil.org or register via the link below entitled "for more information".

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