Connect, Learn, and Stay Engaged
with these Virtual Programs

92Y – has a variety of on-line programs for all ages.

Hillel at Home – a global on-line platform for college students to connect with other Jewish college students from around the world. A chance to discover a new community through diverse programs and even online gaming.

Jewish LIFE Virtual Author and Event Series – this interesting and wide-ranging selection of authors and speakers are sponsored in part by the Shimon and Sara Birnbaum Jewish Community Center.

Jewish Women’s Archive – documents Jewish women’s stories, elevates their voices and inspires them to be agents of change.

Adult Enrichment Brochure – from the JCC of Central Jersey. There are a number of interesting discussions and programs being offered by the JCC. Click the link to access the brochure.

Temple Emanu-El Steicker Center in New York City – has a wide range of events from “Women Inspiring Women” to celebrating Judaism’s richly diverse experiences to book talks.

Melton Online Learning – offers world-class opportunities for learning, growth, and travel for adults of all ages.

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Rutgers University – Hundreds of informal non-credited classes for individual who are 50+

Raritan Valley Community College – the school offers a range of programs through their Holocaust and Genocide Institute, Paul Robeson Institute, and Children’s programs.

Virtual Programs from a variety of museums:

The Jewish Museum

National Museum of American Jewish History

The Museum of Jewish Heritage

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Montclair Art Museum

The Newark Museum of Art

Princeton University Art Museum