afaik you need to be an RN to gain entry into any NP program. The New Seminary (aka Rebitzin Bulka) has an NP program. Basically, she has set up affiliations with "regular" NP programs and has enabled Jewish women to attend in a cohort of separate classes and have schedules and uniforms that do not interfere with jewish needs.
What are you seekinh when you say "jewish program"?
There are NP programs the are mostly classes taken online however any NP program will require many hours of clinicals which do require your attendance.
As stated above as far as I know r bulka is the only one with an np program. I must say if you have not worked in 10 years then you won't be very marketable as an np. I suggest get back into the field first. Also her program is costly. Most np programs ( or all?) Are either fully or mostly online and then there are clinicals so I don't see any real advantage to doing a Jewish program