Meg holds a Masters of Religion from Yale Divinity School and a certificate in Jewish Education for Adolescents and Emerging Adults through Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion. Meg currently serves as the Bar & Bat Mitzvah Program Manager at Camp Tawonga. When not studying Torah or trying to create the best Jewish educational experiences, Meg loves to ride her bike, cook for her friends and family, and draw building portraits. Read more of Meg’s writing here and here.
Torah study isn’t just Jewish tradition — it is a tool that can help children become willing to try on new ideas, and it challenges them to always ask new questions. Engaging with Torah is like…doing yoga for the mind: it keeps our perspectives flexible and creativity strong. Anyone, at any age, can study Torah — advanced degrees are never necessary to simply ask, “How is this text relevant to our world today?” As a Jewish educator, I encourage my students to study Torah with audacious creativity while still honoring… >> Read More