For some women, going to seminary is a lifelong dream. Others who were fortunate enough to spend a year in seminary yearn for the in-depth learning and discussions typical of traditional education centers.
CyberSem – the first ever online seminary – opens doors to women across the globe hungry for continued meaningful Torah study. Utilizing the same secure, interactive and easy-to-use online platform used by Ivy League schools, CyberSem imarries Limudei Kodesh with technology that removes barriers for those with a real desire to learn.
With registration now open and courses kicking off on October 11th, CyberSem will bridge the gap for women who have been searching for a blend of engaging Torah study with real world convenience.
Dynamic courses in Chumash, Navi, Chassidus, Jewish history, personal growth and professional skill development are taught by a line-up of expert educators who share a passion for demonstrating the relevance of their subjects today. At CyberSem, students can earn real college credit credits at Touro College, with exciting new partnerships developing every semester. Scholarships are also available.
At regular intervals throughout each 12-week course, students and their instructors meet online and engage in live, real-time conversation.
Dr. Chavi Goldberg, founder and director of CyberSem, is a noted educator with more than three decades of experience.
Goldberg – who has been immersed in education for 35 years – launched the seminary to satisfy that hunger of women busy with college, families or careers who feel the absence of in-depth study in their lives.
CyberSem’s remote student body ranges from post sem girls eager to continue learning, to Shluchim and Shluchos looking to provide girls with spiritual nourishment, to busy wives, mothers and career women striving to make Torah education an attainable part of their schedules.
Classes are filling up quickly. Visit CyberSem.com to learn more about CyberSem and register today!