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Scott T. Aaron

Director of Education

The Brandeis-Bardin Institute

HQ Phone:  (805) 582-4450

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The Brandeis-Bardin Institute

1101 Peppertree Lane

Brandeis, California,93064

United States

Company Description

The Brandeis-Bardin Institute is a Jewish educational outreach resource for all Jews, whatever their age, wherever they may live throughout the world, whatever their own personal Jewish beliefs, and whatever the status of their Jewish Identity. It seeks "...more

Background Information

Employment History

Rabbi

Agency for Jewish Learning


Affiliations

Melton School

Board Member


Institute for Informal Jewish Education at Brandeis University

Fellow


Education

Florida State University


Bachelor of Arts

Psychology

University of Cincinnati


J.D.

Northwestern University


J.D.

University Of Toledo College Of Law


M.B.A.

Northwestern University


Master of Arts

Hebrew Literature

Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion


PhD

education

Loyola University of Chicago


degree

psychology

University of Cincinnati


law degree

University of Toledo


master's of arts

Hebrew Literature

Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion


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Rabbi Scott Aaron
Rabbi Scott Aaron Fellow Rabbi Scott Aaron is the Community Scholar for the Agency for Jewish Learning for Greater Pittsburgh where he specializes in formal and informal adult education. He has rabbinic ordination and a Masters of Arts in Hebrew Literature from the Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion and a law degree from the University of Toledo. Scott is currently a PhD candidate in Educational Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago where his academic work focuses on the impact of experiential education on the Jewish identity of Jewish Emerging Adults. Scott has worked in Emerging Adult education through the Hillels at New York University, the Ohio State University, and the University of Chicago. He has also worked extensively in the camping and retreat field, and was the Director of Education for the Brandeis-Bardin Institute outside Los Angeles from 2001-2004. Scott is the author of a number of published articles and stories including his book, Jewish U: A Contemporary Guide for The Jewish College Student (URJ Press) which is now in its second edition. Scott is adjunct faculty at Spertus College and the education schools of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and the Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion. Scott is also a professional mentor for the Spertus College Master of Arts Program in Jewish Professional Studies and the ICenter, and he consults nationwide on Jewish experiential education and professional development. He was recently named to the editorial board of the Center for Jewish Peoplehood Education's publication series on the theme of "Peoplehood in Practice.


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Rabbi Scott Aaron
Rabbi Scott Aaron Fellow Rabbi Scott Aaron is the Community Scholar for the Agency for Jewish Learning for Greater Pittsburgh where he specializes in formal and informal adult education. He has rabbinic ordination and a Masters of Arts in Hebrew Literature from the Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion and a law degree from the University of Toledo. Scott is currently a PhD candidate in Educational Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago where his academic work focuses on the impact of experiential education on the Jewish identity of Jewish Emerging Adults. Scott has worked in Emerging Adult education through the Hillels at New York University, the Ohio State University, and the University of Chicago. He has also worked extensively in the camping and retreat field, and was the Director of Education for the Brandeis-Bardin Institute outside Los Angeles from 2001-2004. Scott is the author of a number of published articles and stories including his book, Jewish U: A Contemporary Guide for The Jewish College Student (URJ Press) which is now in its second edition. Scott is adjunct faculty at Spertus College and the education schools of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and the Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion. Scott is also a professional mentor for the Spertus College Master of Arts Program in Jewish Professional Studies and the ICenter, and he consults nationwide on Jewish experiential education and professional development. He was recently named to the editorial board of the Center for Jewish Peoplehood Education's publication series on the theme of "Peoplehood in Practice.


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Rabbi Scott Aaron, Fellow
Rabbi Scott Aaron is the Community Scholar for the Agency for Jewish Learning for Greater Pittsburgh where he specializes in formal and informal adult education. He has rabbinic ordination and a Masters of Arts in Hebrew Literature from the Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion and a law degree from the University of Toledo. Scott is currently a PhD candidate in Educational Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago where his academic work focuses on the impact of experiential education on the Jewish identity of Jewish Emerging Adults. Scott has worked in Emerging Adult education through the Hillels at New York University, the Ohio State University, and the University of Chicago. He has also worked extensively in the camping and retreat field, and was the Director of Education for the Brandeis-Bardin Institute outside Los Angeles from 2001-2004. Scott is the author of a number of published articles and stories including his book, Jewish U: A Contemporary Guide for The Jewish College Student (URJ Press) which is now in its second edition. Scott is adjunct faculty at Spertus College and the education schools of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and the Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion. Scott is also a professional mentor for the Spertus College Master of Arts Program in Jewish Professional Studies and the ICenter, and he consults nationwide on Jewish experiential education and professional development. He was recently named to the editorial board of the Center for Jewish Peoplehood Education's publication series on the theme of "Peoplehood in Practice.


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Rabbi Scott Aaron
Educational Consultant scott@scottaaron.org Rabbi Scott Aaron is an accomplished author, teacher and specialist in adult Jewish education. From 2001-2004 he was the Director of Education at the Brandeis-Bardin Institute, a 3,000 acre Jewish retreat center in California. Prior to that, Scott was a Hillel rabbi for seven years which laid the groundwork for his popular book now in its third printing, Jewish U: A Contemporary Guide for the Jewish College Student (2002: URJ Press). Scott has his Rabbinic Ordination and Master of Arts in Hebrew Literature from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York City, his Juris Doctor from the University Of Toledo College Of Law, and his Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from the University of Cincinnati. Scott is also a Fellow of the Institute for Informal Jewish Education at Brandeis University and faculty for the Foundation for Jewish Camping. He is currently consulting and working on a new model for Jewish family retreats and family camping, and is a regular teacher for the Florence Melton Adult Mini-School among other programs.


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- Scott Aaron, Director of Education, Brandeis-Bardin Institute


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