Our Rabbis and Cantors
Rabbis and cantors who affiliate with the ARC are committed to creating and building holy communities of learning, growth and spirit. Cantors and rabbis in the ARC are graduates of the Academy for Jewish Religion, a pluralistic seminary whose goal it is to train exceptional rabbis and cantors to serve the needs of contemporary Jewish communities. Members of the ARC come from diverse backgrounds and levels of observance. We pride ourselves on our commitment to learning from one another and growing together as the spiritual leaders of the Jewish community of the 21st century.
The Association of Rabbis and Cantors is committed to helping both affiliated and non-affilitated communities find a spiritual leader best suited for their needs. At the same time, we strive to serve the best interest of our clergy members by offering placement support and other professional services as graduates of the Academy for Jewish Religion enter the world of the rabbinate and cantorate.Our rabbis and cantors serve in a number of rabbinic and cantorial roles including congregational, pastoral and educational.
Who is Entitled to Placement?
Only Full Members of ARC in good standing are entitled to placement. According to our By-laws, Friends of ARC, Retired Members and Members at Large cannot receive placement.
Current Full Members of ARC with website accounts can access job placement listings in the Members area.