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Making Your Child’s Bat Mitzvah Learning Experience Empowering




Your child’s bat mitzvah learning experience should be empowering and meaningful. Rabbi Jason Miller has spent more than the past two decades working with Jewish children to prepare them for their bat mitzvah. Rabbi Jason has developed a wonderful reputation for his ability to make the bat mitzvah learning experience both meaningful and empowering for your Jewish child. Conducting bat mitzvah tutoring sessions over Zoom, Rabbi Jason establishes a wonderful teacher-student relationship by making the bat mitzvah training session fun, educational and entertaining. Students love preparing for their bat mitzvah with Rabbi Jason. No matter your child’s Hebrew background, Rabbi Jason will ensure they are prepared and ready for the bat mitzvah service, which Rabbi Jason will coordinate and lead together with your child.

You choose the venue for your child’s bat mitzvah and Rabbi Jason will bring a Torah and customized prayer booklet (siddur). Rabbi Jason will MC the entire service with your child being in the spotlight! Even if your child never attended Hebrew School, Rabbi Jason will prepare them for a meaningful and memorable bat mitzvah ceremony.

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Rabbi Jason Miller has worked with hundreds of Jewish children to prepare them for their bat mitzvah. Rabbi Jason is also an entrepreneur, social media expert and educator. As a popular and influential speaker, blogger and writer on technology and its effect on the Jewish world, he reaches millions. Rabbi Jason was ordained in May 2004 as a rabbi at the Conservative Movement’s flagship academic institution, The Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City. He also earned a Master’s Degree in Jewish Education from the William Davidson School of Education at JTS. In addition to officiating countless bat mitzvah and bat mitzvah ceremonies, Rabbi Jason has officiated hundreds of Jewish weddings and funerals since becoming a rabbi in 2004.