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The William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education is America’s largest multidenominational school of Jewish education. Our students are people of all ages and backgrounds who are seeking to integrate their passion for Judaism with a wide range of professional goals.

The William Davidson School Admissions staff is available to guide you through the admissions process.

For more information or to ask questions about the application or admissions process, please contact the Admissions Office at (212) 678-8022 or edschool@jtsa.edu.

Sarahann  Goldstein

Sarahann Goldstein

Director of Graduate Admissions

Sarahann Goldstein serves as the director of admissions for both the Gershon Kekst Graduate School and The William Davidson School. She works with prospective students by facilitating the admissions process: assessing which career path they are interested in and how our graduate-level degrees can help them achieve their academic and professional goals.

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Joe  Maybloom

Joe Maybloom

Senior Director of Enrollment; Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Student Success

As senior director of enrollment and assistant dean of undergraduate student success, Joe Maybloom leads the Admissions Team in the recruitment and enrollment of new students for JTS’s five schools. He also advises the first-year undergraduate students.

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Melissa  Present

Melissa Present

Chief Enrollment Officer

As chief enrollment officer, Missy Present oversees JTS’s enrollment strategy, leading the admissions department in the recruitment of students, management of prospective student events, and relationships with key partners. She advises the senior administration on all enrollment-related matters. During her tenure as director of enrollment management, Missy increased new student enrollment, expanded institutional partnerships, enhanced recruitment marketing, and implemented a new technology solution that manages the full spectrum of the JTS admissions process. Under her leadership, the enrollment operation was awarded a commendation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. 

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