dontate now!

Current Weather in L.A.

SJNM Brochure

SJNM Brochure Click here to download the SJNM brochure

About Us

For over 40 years, the School of Jewish Nonprofit Management (formerly the School of Jewish Communal Service) has provided a superior educational experience for generations of graduate students pursuing careers as Jewish professional leaders.

Visit at Disney Land Located in Los Angeles, the SJNM curriculum is designed to take maximum advantage of the resources of the metropolitan area. From the temperate climate to the film and television industry, from its world-class cultural institutions to its rich ethnic diversity, LA provides a dynamic backdrop to the SJNM program. Los Angeles is also home to the second largest Jewish population in North America and the third in the world. The breadth and depth of the Jewish community provides a wide range of opportunities for student internships and a vibrant network of leaders, both lay and professional, working to enhance Jewish life in LA, as well as in Israel and around the world.

learning at SJNM The SJNM is part of the Jack H. Skirball campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR), which also includes the Rabbinical School and the Rhea Hirsch School of Education. The campus is a unique environment, bringing together future professional colleagues… communal professionals, rabbis and educators… to learn from each other and to develop their Jewish professional networks.

HUC-LA enjoys a close relationship with our neighbor, the University of Southern California (USC), one of the outstanding centers of higher education in the country. SJNM offers dual degree programs with four of USC’s nationally ranked graduate schools:

As we enter into the second decade of the 21st Century and our fifth decade of educational leadership, the SJNM remains committed to giving the next generations of Jewish professional leaders the resources they need to advance and transform the Jewish experience… in North America, in Israel, and throughout the world.