Keser Shem Tov programs meet both online, over the phone, and in-person. For in-person experiences, several "hubs" are in the development stage in various Jewish communities. Hubs will be centers where students can come to socialize, play games, attend classes, work on projects, and meet with advisers.
The remote program provides resources, mentoring, and guidance for students who choose to be part of our self-directed learning community. It also allows students to be part of a community of people, no matter where they are, and participate in classes and activities remotely.
Students can become members and access the services of the Keser Shem Tov program from wherever they find themselves in the world. Our mentors and advisors will work with any student, no matter where they are, to help them succeed.