Core Semikha, Class of 2023
Atara Lindenbaum is a Jewish educator, and currently lives in Israel. Atara leads and directs Yeshivat Maharat's Emerging Scholars in Israel Program and teaches classes for conversion through the Israeli Rabbinate in Tel Aviv. In the past, Atara served as the Director of Community Education at the Tel Aviv International Synagogue, and has also taught both middle school and high school students at Beren Academy in Houston, TX, Maimonides School in Boston, MA, and The Ramaz School in New York, NY.
Atara is a trained educator, and completed the Tanakh Educator's Program through Matan in Jerusalem and Hebrew University. Atara has a Masters as well in Urban Planning from Hunter University, and has worked in community planning, focusing on methods of inclusion and equitable distribution of resources. Atara is looking forward to utilizing all her acquired skills to support communities of spirituality and meaning that are inviting and welcoming to all who want to join.
#maharat10daysoftorah Pesach 2022, Day 8
Dvar Torah; Multimedia
Holidays; Video Dvar Torah
Thinking Before You Help or Helping Before You Think
Ki Einenu: Can We Connect Through the Nothingness of Grief?
V’heyei Bracha: Being Extraordinary in Ordinary Moments
Petach HaOhel: Doorways and Opportunities
Teaching Torah: Planting Seeds and Rooting for Our Children
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Healing from a Distance with Atara Lindenbaum
Video Divrei Torah
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