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Rabbi Jason Miller is a Conservative rabbi ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, where he was the first Gladstein Fellow. He also earned a master’s degree from the William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education. An advocate for Jewish camping, he has worked at Camp Ramah for many summers and in several different capacities including Rabbi-in-Residence. He has served large and small congregations, and is a participant in the STAR Foundation Professional Education for Excellence in Rabbis (PEER) program.
Rabbi Jason is currently the Interim Director of ATID: The Conservative Jewish High School Initiative for the Future, based in Metropolitan Detroit. He also serves as the Rabbinic Advisor to Congregation Beit Kodesh. Following rabbinical school, Rabbi Jason Miller was Associate Director of the University of Michigan Hillel Foundation. Rabbi Jason Miller graduated with honors from James Madison College at Michigan State University in 1998 with a degree in International Relations and a specialization from the Jewish Studies Program. [Full Bio]