Rosenbaum Teaching Fellows in Transformative Kabbalah
The Transformative Kabbalah mentorship program introduces a replicable and scalable initiative for engaging a wide spectrum of adult learners in spiritual and personal growth through a Jewish lens.
“As someone who was deeply intrigued with the study of Transformative Kabbalah and spiritual development, I could not think of a more appropriate way to honor Stanton’s legacy than The Rosenbaum Teaching Fellows,” said Jane E. Rosenbaum, the underwriter of the Rosenbaum Fellowship. “I’m thrilled to see what this year’s international cohort will bring to the study of Kabbalah.”
The first international cohort of Rosenbaum Fellows in Transformative Kabbalah is made possible through a generous gift from longtime KE student Jane E Rosenbaum in honor of her late husband, Stanton Rosenbaum.
The curriculum is facilitated virtually by KE Founder and Spiritual Director Dr. David Sanders. Over the next ten months, the international KE Rosenbaum Fellows will continue to meet weekly as they are mentored in content and pedagogy. The anticipated completion date for teaching certification is July 2022. Following certification, each of the eight participants will be prepared to launch Transformative Kabbalah classes in their home communities.
“The curriculum we have developed,” explains Dr. Sanders, is constantly evolving through input from students and teachers. Each new teacher will add their unique perspective and enrich the study of Transformative Kabbalah.”
The success of the KE Rosenbaum Fellowship will provide even more communities with a safe, inclusive, and welcoming space to engage individuals who might not typically participate in formal Jewish institutions.
The mentorship is guided by KE Founder and Spiritual Director Dr. David Sanders. KE Rosenbaum Fellows meet weekly as they are mentored in content, pedagogy and meditative practice. The anticipated completion date for the teaching certification of our first cohort is July 2022. Following certification, each of the fellows will be prepared to launch in-person and virtual Transformative Kabbalah classes in their home communities.
“The curriculum we have developed,” explains Dr. Sanders, “constantly evolves through input from students and teachers. Each new teacher will add their unique perspective and enrich the study of Transformative Kabbalah.”
David Sanders, Original Skin
Dr. David Sanders, the Spiritual Director of Kabbalah Experience and the founder of Transformative Kabbalah will be your teacher throughout the teacher training and will be available for continued supervision following the completion of your certification.
Scope of the Teaching Fellowship
This will be a 10-month commitment (36 weeks), starting September 2022.
You will participate in:
– 1 hour 30 minutes weekly ZOOM group study with Dr. David Sanders
– 1 hour weekly self or paired study
– Ongoing Q&A with Dr. Sanders and fellow cohort
The Fellowship covers all six courses taught in the first two years of the KE curriculum. During the mentoring intensive you will integrate the two-year curriculum and understand the flow of study and the methodology of teaching. As a fellow you explore the curriculum and yourself—as the study of Transformative Kabbalah is an agent for developing new awareness.
|Module 1||Module 2||Module 3|
|Soul (Intro to Unseen Reality)||Space (Tree of Life)||Time (Living in the Present)|
Level I: Foundation courses are Soul, Space, and Time.
Level II: Inner Transformation courses are Who Are You?, Why Are You? and When Are You?
Self-study video series of Soul, Space, Time and Who are You? will complement your study with Dr. Sanders.
Applications for the second cohort of the
Rosenbaum Fellows in Transformative Kabbalah
are available, and due June 8, 2022
June 8, 5pm Mountain: Applications Due
Week of 6/20: Interviews
July 25: Notification of acceptance
Sept 14: Cohort 2 launches, with weekly ZOOM meetings 9am Mountain, 11am Eastern
This highly subsidized program costs you $900, including the ten-month program, and a in-person retreat during the summer of 2023.
Who should apply?
Applicants should have at least five years of experience in formal or informal spiritual education.
We are seeking educators who:
– Want to help people to transform their lives
– Understand adult learning principles
– Enjoy integrating wisdom from many sources
– Have engaged in their own personal work
– Are attracted to Kabbalah as a spiritual path
– Have prior teaching experience
– Practice, kindness, humility, an openness to ideas and people, good boundaries and a healthy balance between work and personal time
– Reflect the diversity of our community (People of color, LGBTQI+, etc.)
For more information, please contact Executive Director, Melanie Gruenwald email@example.com