This program seeks to provide Jewish study material for the Jewish men and women who are otherwise separated from the Jewish community and cannot attend study groups or classes. This program offers courses in Torah, Jewish History, Laws of Kosher, prayer, and more. 

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Please have the prospective student complete the Torah Studies application form. If he or she is not yet a member of Aleph, that person should also complete the Aleph Application form. 

Aleph Application  
Torah Studies Forms    



More about the Program:
Correspondence is conducted via mail or electronically in the institutions where Jpay (which offers convenient and affordable correctional services, including money transfer, email, videos, tablets, music, education and parole and probation payments) or other online correspondence is permitted. Course material and initial questions are sent directly to the student, and quarterly questions are sent to the proctor, who returns the completed forms directly to us.

In most institutions, the Proctor is the Rabbi (prison staff or contract). If this is not possible, we have worked with institution chaplains or the education department.
There is a nominal cost for the course, however a scholarship is available for those who do not have the resources.

For more information or if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to address them to us.