For more than a century, The Jewish Theological Seminary has enhanced the world by educating talented and committed people like you. As members of the class of 2010, you will become rabbis and educators, lawyers and doctors, social workers and business executives. We know that the academic and personal experiences you have had at JTS will remain with you and guide you on your lifelong path of leadership and intellectual discovery.
To the 115 graduates who make up the class of 2010, let us say mazal tov and congratulations on a job well done!
The year 2010 is also special because Chancellor Arnold Eisen will share his vision for JTS in the twenty-first century. Visit our dedicated website detailing this innovative and landmark blueprint for the Jewish future.
Graduating students share their thoughts on what made JTS a wonderful place to study.
Remarks on behalf of the Graduates of the Albert A. List College of Jewish Studies: Rebecca Lillian Walker.
Remarks on Behalf of the Graduates of the Professional and Graduate Schools: Sarah Michele Tauber, the William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education.
The Diane and Howard Wohl Office of Alumni Affairs offers events, news, programming, networking opportunities, and career development services for our alumni.
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