“M2 is an incredible accomplishment that has succeeded in not only daring to ask the questions of what makes for transformative and profound Jewish learning, education and experience, but has crystallized and systematized the methodology so as to turn good educators into outstanding ones, and make experiential Jewish education accessible, teachable and, above all, reproduceable.”
M² is dedicated to advancing experiential Jewish education – a field dedicated to the development of individual and communal Jewish identity and agency.
Our mission is to help educators and organizations design meaningful educational experiences by offering them training and research grounded in academic theories, Jewish thought, customized educational approaches and cutting-edge methodologies.
Experiences Shape Lives.
People grow when encountering and grappling with powerful experiences that truly matter.
And some people are fortunate enough to create them.
Applications NOW OPEN!
M² Senior Educators Cohort (SEC) is an international 10-month program providing a small cohort of outstanding educators with a holistic approach toward the theory and practice of experiential Jewish education. Over the course of three, five-day convenings, participants gain exposure to signature educational pedagogies, multidisciplinary perspectives and cutting-edge methods that enable them to articulate, refine and sharpen their practice in an immersive cohort environment.
POWER in 2020
Education & Leadership Between Corruption & Fear
Applications now closed.
Researched and designed by M² and the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America POWER in 2020 brings the most relevant Jewish texts and ideas together with cutting-edge educational models and tools, to ensure that the current and next generation of leaders and educators can bravely explore – and make commitments towards – a more responsible, equitable and courageous Jewish world.
Piloting in Los Angeles for 30 local Jewish community professionals.
“After 30 years of running a successful program for outstanding Jewish teens, we decided it was time to take a step back and re-examine the goals and ideas that underpin The Bronfman Fellowship. M2… allowed us to better identify areas for growth and ensure that our work is based on concrete and sustainable pedagogic and methodological principles.”
“As someone with nine years of experience as Jewish Chaplain at Brandeis University, and upon entering a new position at Combined Jewish Philanthropies, I was looking to hone my craft. What I got at the M² Senior Educators Cohort was a revamp of my entire philosophy of Jewish education and a stellar group of new colleagues.”
“M² educators are extraordinary partners for educational planning. They are both visionary and intuitive, professional and competent. They amplify our current projects while catalyzing new possibilities.”