Caroline Sim is a rabbinic student at the Cincinnati campus of Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion. She grew up in the suburbs of Cincinnati, Ohio and went on to earn her BA in English, French, and European studies at The Ohio State University, where she graduated summa cum laude with honors. After finishing her studies, Caroline was a teaching assistant in English for French elementary children in Paris. She completed a Graduate Certificate in Judaic studies at the University of Cincinnati before becoming a student at HUC. Caroline has served as student rabbi for Temple Beth Sholom in Ishpeming, Michigan, Temple Emanu-El in Dothan, Alabama, and Temple Israel in Paducah, Kentucky. She has also been a Jewish Foundation Fellow at Temple Sholom in Cincinnati, Ohio, at the Edward B. Brueggeman Center for Dialogue at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, and the Jewish Cemeteries of Greater Cincinnati.
Articles by Caroline Sim:
All In a Row: Organization, Logistics, and Leadership