Admissions Information:
In selecting students for The Miami Torah Experience, the Board of Admissions looks for academic excellence and ability, a sincere interest in exploring authentic Torah study and Jewish Observance, and personal characteristics including motivation, curiosity, and leadership ability. All information will be kept in strict confidence.

All applications will be reviewed by the Board of Admissions, and will be followed by a phone interview. For further information please call Rabbi Immanuel Storfer, program director, at 786-268-9770
 

Part I: Personal Details

First Name
Middle Name
Last Name
Jewish Name
DOB
Citizenship

Email a recent photograph to admissions@miamitorah.com.

Father's Name
Father's Hebrew Name
Mother's Name
Mother's Hebrew Name
Mother's Maiden Name
 
Are You Jewish? Yes No
Were you born Jewish? Yes No
Is your mother Jewish? Yes No
Is your father Jewish? Yes No
Were there any conversions in your family? Yes No
   

Part II: Contact Details 

Address
City, State, Zip
Mobile #
Email Address
Emergency Contact Name
Emergency Contact #
Do you have any medical conditions that the program should be made aware of? If yes, please describe any special need you might have.
   

Part III: Educational Information

Current Educational Institution
Your Rabbi on Campus
Major or Field of Specialization
From (mm/yy) To (mm/yy) Institution Degree GPA
Please give a record of your work experience, listing the most recent first:
Jewish and Hebrew Education since childhood
From (mm/yy) To (mm/yy) Institution Level/Degree
 
 
 
         

Part IV: Jewish Background

Please describe in detail your Jewish educational background, if any. Please include any Hebrew school, Talmud Torah, or Jewish Day School experience.

Other Chabad National programs I have attended:
International Campus Shabbaton
IsraeLinks
Sinai Scholars Retreat
Mayanot Birthright
Other
 
Essay: What do you hope to gain from this program?
 

References (Ex. Chabad Rabbi)
Name Phone # Email Relationship
How did you hear about this program?