Matan regularly presents at national conferences and community­-wide trainings on a variety of topics. Members of our team are available for professional development at individual schools, camps or parent meetings. For more information and a cost estimate, please fill out this form.

Workshop Examples

What People Are Saying About Matan

  • “Prior to working with Matan, the Park Avenue Synagogue Congregational School did not have a program or plan to accommodate learners with varying degrees of special needs. With Matan's help, we created two self-contained classes, and identified learners in typical classrooms who would benefit from in-class support. Matan worked with us from start to finish: amending student intake forms, creating classes, reimagining children's success in the classrooms... Matan worked with us every step of the way to make sure we were meeting the needs of every child."

    Jennifer Stern
    Jennifer Stern Director of the Congregational School at Park Avenue Synagogue, NYC
  • “We are thrilled to bring Matan׳s training to DC and look forward to seeing its impact on the teachers, synagogues, day school and most importantly, the students. Matan׳s reputation for innovation and excellence is stellar, and your willingness to partner here honors us.”

    Steve Rakkit
    Steve Rakkit CEO, Jewish Federation of Greater Washington
  • "Matan provided us with an incredible roadmap to help us with community planning."

    Sonia Dobinsky
    Sonia Dobinsky VP Community Development at the Jewish Federation of St. Louis
  • "The Matan Staff was an incredible addition to our summer staff training. In one morning, they informed, explained and inspired our staff on how to work with all children and staff. Their training was perfect- it was interactive, up to date and really kept our staff engaged. Throughout the summer we referenced back to their session and really we're able to use it as a tool for building an inclusive community."

    Helene Drobenare
    Helene Drobenare Director, Sprout Lake
  • Matan met with both lay and professional leaders in our community and, in a very short amount of time, understood the lay of the land and the culture of our particular community. What they were able to achieve in just a few days…No cost, low cost as well as things to invest in – short term, long term.

    Rachel Kest
    Rachel Kest Director, Jewish Education Services at Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester