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Morgan Tobey

Rabbinic Intern

Morgan Tobey

Morgan Tobey is a rabbinical student at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York City. She was drawn to rabbinical school after discovering an enduring passion for being of service to the Jewish community. Morgan believes that our ancient and sacred tradition still has the power to enrich our lives today, and exploring with others the various ways in which Judaism deepens our relationships is one her greatest joys.


Morgan has most recently served as the Reform rabbinic intern at Cornell University Hillel, helping to make Judaism accessible and meaningful for a diverse array of Reform students, and to build community in trying times. She has also served as the High Holy Day intern at Congregation Adath Emanu-El in Mt. Laurel, NJ and as a religious school instructor at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in NYC and Temple Emanu-El of Dallas. Morgan has also served as President of the HUC-JIR NY campus Student Association. Upon completion of her degree in political science at the University of Southern California, Morgan worked as an elementary and preschool teacher while serving a term on the Board of Trustees at Temple Emanu-El of Dallas, along with numerous other committee roles. When she isn’t working, you can find Morgan rooting for the Dallas Cowboys and planning Disneyland trips! She is beyond excited to be joining the CSR community and to share in the love of Judaism with all of you!

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