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Campus Educators

Ayeka’s campus educator program, originally developed with Hillel International, prepares Hillel campus educators to learn and present traditional Jewish texts in a very accessible way.

Participants undergo an initial 2-3 day training and receive a customized set of study sessions relating to the Jewish calendar. The sessions are designed for low-pressure, social college learning environments. The goal of the curriculum is two-fold:

  1. For campus educators to deepen their intellectual and spiritual awareness of the Jewish calendar.
  2. With thought-provoking themes and questions in their “back pocket”, campus educators have a great tool at their fingertips for conducting meaningful learning groups prior to Jewish holidays or simply welcoming students into Jewish conversations.

The sessions are modeled in webinars by Ayeka staff 2 weeks prior to each holiday.

To inquire, please contact us at

Ayeka has been the most beautiful of paradoxes – personally validating and yet disruptive, thought provoking and yet so intuitive, empowering and yet charged with opportunity for further development and self-improvement. I feel personally enriched by the concepts of safe space, soul vs. ego stories, vulnerability, wisdom over knowledge, etc. These are not just a part of my professional vocabulary now, but deeply connected to the type of human I want to be in the world. – Rachel Gildiner, Director of Learning, Hillel International