Glowing Past, Growing Future
This December, Neve is launching a mega campaign for 2020 and beyond.
There are plenty of ways you can help us reach our goal.
Neve is your home for spiritual growth. We offer five learning tracks, which take you from introductory to advanced levels of knowledge.
Discover core Jewish ideas that have inspired human achievement for over 3,000 years.
Learn about the Jewish movements that have changed history, with an emphasis on the power of women.
Unlock secrets in original Hebrew texts and develop independent study skills.
Thrive as a Jewish woman in the 21st century and gain the empowerment you need to apply Judaism in the real world.
Deepen your relationship with modern Jewish life by accessing mystical concepts and advanced texts.
The Neve Difference
For 50 years, Neve has played a major role in Jewish women’s education, creating positive changes in families and communities worldwide. Our commitment to academic excellence, intellectual freedom and making an impact centers all we do.
Live IN JERUSALEM, IN THE HEART OF IT ALL
Neve is located in Har Nof, Jerusalem. Dozens of eateries, from burger joints to sushi places to cafes, are a ten-minute walk away. The Jerusalem Forest is close by, offering walking and cycling paths. Take a twenty-minute bus ride to the center of Jerusalem, the Kotel, the open-air market, restaurants, museums, shops and galleries. Journey along winding alleyways and check out the annual Light Festival, the International Arts and Crafts Fair, and more.
exceptional learning experienceS
At Neve, students have the opportunity to bring out their best. Neve’s classes are spiritually engaging, stimulating and relevant. Students learn history, philosophy, Jewish law and personal development. Classes are enhanced by hands-on volunteer experience. Students gain critical thinking skills and work on their personal qualities like confidence, self-awareness and generosity, so that they can succeed in the workplace and in the world.
our campus grows in more ways than one
Wake up bright and early to tend to the organic garden, get messy making candles, soaps and other arts and crafts in the art studio, or work up a sweat at the gym with our workout gear and Boot Camp classes. Neve’s beautifully landscaped six-acre campus has tons of green space, an organic garden, dorms, a library, art room, music room, theater and astounding views of Israel. Extracurricular activities, like baking and open mic nights, take place on campus every day.
BE A PART OF SOMETHING even GREATer
Neve students become part of something much bigger than themselves and meet Jewish women from every conceivable ethnic background. Students build friendships while on campus and form lifelong bonds with women from all over the world. When a student leaves Neve, she becomes part of a dynamic alumni network that keeps on growing. Alumni have gone on to work as leaders in Jewish organizations, to excel in their careers and give back to their community.
Straight from the Source
Neve girls answer your most pressing questions about their time learning on Neve's campus.
"Neve has been a safe cocoon of exploring and discovering on a personal level what it means to be a Jew."
"Neve gave me the foundations of my Jewish knowledge as well as the ability to explore further. But the most important thing I learned is that there is so much left to learn."
"I came to Neve to find myself. I needed to find answers to questions that I had for a long time. I knew being Jewish was a meaningful part of my life, but what was the meaning?"
"As a lawyer in Miami, I came to Neve to fuse my love for Judaism and Israel with my career. I didn’t expect Neve to make such a profound impact on my life, but because of the inspiring teachers, supportive staff and vibrant community, I have grown in ways I never knew were possible. Now, I hope to incorporate everything I have learned not only into my future career, but also into my future family."
"I came to Neve to educate myself for now and for the future. I feel confident knowing that I have the education I need to take my Judaism forward at my own pace."