To strengthen and deepen Jewish life in Boston, Rabbi Hirschy and Elkie Zarchi established a series of centers to serve Jewish students on campus, young professionals, and families.

 

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Chabad at Harvard

Cambridge Campus  |  Longwood Campus  |  Allston Campus

 

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Chabad at MIT

Led by Rabbi Menachem and Mussy Altein, Chabad at MIT serves the Jewish undergraduate and graduate students studying at MIT.

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International Jewish Student Center of Boston

Led by Rabbi Berel and Esther Leah Grunblatt, the IJSC of Boston serves hundreds of international university students studying in the greater Boston area.

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Young Jewish Professionals of Camberville

YJP of Camberville is a thriving community of young Jewish professionals living and working in Cambridge-Somerville-Charlestown.

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Cambridge Preschool of the Arts

A Reggio-inspired Jewish preschool. If you have preschool-aged children, this school is simply amazing!

 

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Cambridge Jewish Center of the Arts

Where children explore Judaism through the universal language of the arts. Programs include: Musical Mommy and Me, monthly Tot Shabbat, and Hebrew School of the Arts.

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Chabad of Cambridge Crossing

Serving Charlestown and East Cambridge

 

Additional Centers Established in Greater Boston:

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Chabad at Brandeis

Directed and led by Rabbi Peretz and Chanie Chein, Chabad at Brandeis serves the Jewish student community at Brandeis University.

 

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Chabad at Tufts

Directed and led by Rabbi Tzvi and Chanie Backman, Chabad serving Tufts serves the Jewish student community at Tufts University.