Are you looking for a community of women who share your passion for Torah learning?
Do you wish you had stronger skills so you could pick up a sefer and learn it on your own?
Do you wish you knew more about the halachos you practice every day?
At Batsheva Learning Center, we:
Create a community for women that centers around authentic Torah study.
Give every woman access to the original texts of
Empower women with the skills and the confidence to own their Torah learning.
"It's not just a Gemara class. It's an opportunity to meet a group of like-minded women who share my interest in serious Torah learning.
That was the most exciting part."
Where every woman can be a scholar.
Don't just learn.
Learn how to learn.
Three times a year, we run 6-8 week course that are designed to:
Guide you in exploring Torah topics from the original texts
Empower you to develop your own independent learning skills
Challenge you to master an area of Jewish knowledge.
The Beis Midrash gives you the opportunity to commit to a consistent and engaging learning routine, connect to a community of women who share your passion for Torah, and invest in developing skills that will last you a lifetime.
A new generation of
The Chidon challenges high school girls to master an entire sefer on their own, developing their confidence in independent Torah learning and connecting them with girls around the globe who share the same goal.
Our podcast episodes provide an authentic Torah learning experience, produced for women, by women.
In each series, you'll listen to two women bring the texts to life as they share their take on the Torah they learned.
SUSHI & STUDY
A communal space for women to learn, share, and bond.
Sushi and Study is a weekly chavrusa program that creates an open space for women of all ages and backgrounds to bond and connect over authentic Torah learning.
3 original textbooks developed each year
for our courses.
150 finalists mastering an entire sefer
as part of our High School Chidon.
15 women joining every day
at our Brooklyn Beis Midrash.