BC Resources

Magner Center:

Register with the Magner Center by accessing the Career tab on the BC WebCentral portal.

 Registering with the Magner Center takes less than one minute and will give you full access to our online and in person services.

 Some of the benefits of registering include:

 Customized profile based on your career interests and needs

  • Email notifications regarding internship and employment opportunities
  • Access to job and internship postings for employers recruiting Brooklyn College students
  • Access to online services only available to registered students
  • Access to online career videos
  • Ability to register for workshops through the portal

Quick Resources Guides to assist you in everything from writing a cover letter to what to wear on an interview

Judaic Department:

The Judaic Studies Department at Brooklyn College is committed to rigorous, critical and serious teaching and research about the Jewish civilization born in the ancient Middle East that has flourished in a variety of forms in many places for more than three thousand years. The department's course offerings and programs reflect the chronological scope and geographic diversity of the Jewish experience, with particular strength in the fields of intellectual, religious and social history, founded on analytic study of primary sources. Courses on Hebrew and Yiddish promote access to broad Jewish literature that is also studied in translation, while students are urged to study Arabic, Spanish and other languages that facilitate access to sources. The department also actively seeks to promote study of the many Jewish communities of Brooklyn.The Judaic Studies department welcomes a new addition to it’s team, Dr. Maor is the AICA Visiting Israeli Scholar in the School of Humanities Brooklyn College, New York for the fall Semester 2014 (September – January 2015).  She specializes in Israeli Politics and Public Policy. She will be teaching two Special Topics courses: Women in Israel- Achievements and Dilemmas, Legislation and Politics in Israel.

To visit the Judaic Studies Department click here. 

 

 

Masa Israel Journey connects Jewish young adults
(ages 18-30) to gap year, study abroad, post-college, and volunteer programs. No other organization makes it easier for young adults to have exciting, life-changing experiences in Israel. - See more at: http://www.masaisrael.org/#sthash.b2L2sKqo.dpuf

 

Masa Israel Journey connects Jewish young adults
(ages 18-30) to gap year, study abroad, post-college, and volunteer programs. No other organization makes it easier for young adults to have exciting, life-changing experiences in Israel. - See more at: http://www.masaisrael.org/#sthash.b2L2sKqo.dpuf

 

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