The World’s Leading Jewish Teacher Training College
Herzog College offers fully accredited academic teaching degree programs in both Jewish and secular subjects at our four campuses in Israel, and teacher training seminars in Hebrew, English, French, and Spanish around the world – all with a firm commitment to Jewish and Zionist values. Through the support of volunteers and donors like you, tens of thousands of Herzog teachers are leading the charge to inspire today’s Jewish youth as they grow into tomorrow’s leaders.
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Meet some of erzog’s Alumni
“I grew up in a family that strongly believes in the values represented by Herzog. Together with my husband, a Herzog graduate, my siblings, parents, and grandmother, we come together each summer to learn Tanakh at Herzog. It is a truly special and meaningful experience to connect the generations through a passion for learning and Tanakh scholarship, and we look forward to it each year.”
“Herzog College is the teaching college with the highest academic standards and the only place I would recommend for a teaching degree.”
“I had the privilege of studying for my Bachelor’s degree in Education majoring in Jewish Philosophy and Biblical Studies at Herzog College, where I received a very solid foundation in these disciplines. I found the courses exceptional in terms of their depth, wisdom, and inspiration. My Herzog education was one of the keys to the success of my career in Jewish education."
“Herzog College equipped me with all I need for my current rabbinical position: pedagogical skills, a hands-on approach to Torah texts, and a deep love for Torah that permeates the whole institution. Attending Herzog College was one of the best decisions of my adult life."
Yemei Iyun B’Tanakh
The world’s largest Tanakh conference, attended by more than 5,000 participants each summer in Gush Etzion.
Tvunot Publishing House
Prints and distributes a variety of academic and research publications including scholarly books, periodicals, and journals.
A Herzog initiative for following the 929 program of learning a daily chapter of the Bible.
Women’s Halachic Writing
A program supporting the female voice in halachic discourse through coursework and publication of scholarly halachic articles.
Modern and upgraded studios where Herzog’s renown digital learning team creates online course materials and lectures for training teachers throughout the Jewish world.
Promotes Jewish democratic discourse and Jewish identity in the Israeli school system while building bridges between the secular and religious populations of Israel.
Lev Lada’at Online
Herzog’s online resource for creating meaningful and relevant lesson plans to engage the 21st century student.
Dedicated in loving memory of Menahem Prywes z’l, Jerusalem’s largest auditorium hosts thousands of residents and visitors annually.
Referred to by Google as “The Google of the Bible,” this comprehensive interactive website is an invaluable resource for Tanakh teachers and students.