Judaic Studies Department
Michael Steklof graduated from the University at Albany in May 2010 with a Bachelors Degree in History, with minors in Judaic Studies, Education, and Sociology. In Fall 2010, Michael entered the Masters Degree Program in Women's Studies at the University. During his time as an undergraduate, Michael took many courses in Jewish history, Hebrew literature and language. The courses he took in Judaic Studies helped him become a better writer and has prepared him for his graduate studies. Michael is also very active in the Jewish community. He is currently employed as a religious educator at Congregation Berith Sholom in Troy, NY. This past summer Michael worked at Camp Livingston, a JCC affiliated Camp in Bennighton, Indiana, as a Unit Head.