Frequently Asked Questions
The course is structured into 10 or 4 pdf handouts. You do not need to do any preparation - you and your havruta will go through the source materials together and respond to the questions (and ask your own questions). There are four short videos that you will watch throughout the course of the educator to help you to hear their framing and understand them better. In a 10 session course, there are videos before sessions 1, 4, 7, and 10 (or every session in a 4-part course). You can watch these before you meet with your havruta, or you can choose to watch them together.
There is no live interaction with the educator, however, there are short videos throughout your learning to help guide you and get to know them. The actual learning happens between you and your havruta!
At the beginning and end of each month there will a ten-minute framing video from the educator. There will also be online forums to share what you are learning and engage with others.
Registering for Project Zug is a two-stage process. First, we ask that you create a user account. Then, you can sign up for a specific learning cycle, listing your course preferences. We've laid out more detailed instructions here.
Project Zug participants pay a sliding rate of $36-$180, on a pay-what-you-want scale per course. If cost is a barrier, please let us know. If you would like to sign up a group, please contact us for special group rates.