AJU's community programming provides a wide variety of opportunities to get involved and participate in fun, friendly, artistic or intellectual pursuits.  On any given day, visitors participate in courses through the Miller Introduction to Judaism program,  attend lectures, classes or performances organized by the Whizin Center for Continuing Education, attend gallery openings or visit the AJU sculpture garden as part of our enhanced Arts at AJU programming, or apply themselves to para-professional learning through the Wagner Certificate Program.  At the Brandeis-Bardin campus, each summer, AJU welcomes a cohort of young people (ages 18-26) engaged in service learning in a natural setting as part of the Marilyn and Sigi Ziering Brandeis Collegiate Institute (BCI).  

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