Talent? Leadership? Really, it is all about Culture

Imagine the NYSE telling Mark Zuckerberg that he is a NextGen and will simply have to wait until he is old enough to have an IPO for Facebook. Of course they will provide a mentor and a 6-month training program of seminars and peer learning experiences in preparation, after which the established c-suite leaders would pass judgment on his eventual suitability to join them.


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Showing our True Selves to Young Adults

We will disappoint ourselves and millennials if the only invitation they receive from us is to perpetuate what has been.

By Andrew Fretwell

Questions are the core of our Jewish experience, and thus, to the way we teach and engage. Last month, Rabbi Zac Kamenetz spoke to the need of placing essential questions at the center of BBYO’s educational framework. Questions also frame our personal Jewish journeys; for us professionals who help guide young Jewish adults on their Jewish journeys, the essential question we must address is: How do we ignite millennials to step into the role of Jewish change agents?

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A Parent’s Perspective on a New Era for Jewish Early Childhood Education

By Kerem Szczebak [This piece is the second of a series examining Jewish early childhood education and a new initiative, BUILDing Jewish ECE.] Denver parents are fortunate to live in a city with an abundance of early childhood programs. Here, … [Continue reading]