By Jill Hulnick Last week, the findings of GenZ Now, the largest study of Jewish teens of its kind with over 17,500 participants, were released. We are so grateful for the generosity of funders who supported the study and incredible work of the Jewish Education Project and Rosov Consulting in developing the TJLES scale, fielding the study and analyzing the results. With 30% of respondents … [Read More...] about Finding Meaningful Ways for Teens to Connect Jewishly – and Measuring the Impact
By Seth Cohen
What is the biggest challenge facing the global Jewish community? It’s a complicated question, and probably an impossible one to answer. But I have a simple and totally obvious answer, and I wish more people shared it:
In the Jewish communal world (and the professional world more broadly), not enough men work for women.
Of course this isn’t a realization I came to … [Read More...] about Men, Go Work for Jewish Women as if the Jewish Future Depends On It.
(Hint: It Does.)
By Dr. Bill Robinson In the 2nd article in this series, I began with the quote from Psalms (27:8): In Your behalf my heart says, “Seek My face!” Oh Lord, I seek your face. As I wrote, we are commanded in our tradition to seek the face of the divine. Yet, in today’s world how […]
Improving the Workplace Experience of Young Jewish Nonprofit Professionals By Mikah Atkind Jewish nonprofits hit the jackpot when they hire young, inexperienced professionals. They have brought on individuals who are enthusiastic about the work they are going to be doing, often having themselves been the beneficiaries of that work. They are in the field because […]
The Wexner Foundation has announced three new classes of the Wexner Heritage Program with volunteer leaders from Cincinnati, OH, Rochester, NY and Seattle, WA. In Cincinnati the program is supported by a partnership with the Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati; in Rochester, with the Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation; and in Seattle, the Samis Foundation […]
By Lee M. Hendler and David Raphael When the Jewish Grandparents Network (JGN) embarked on the first national study of Jewish grandparents in November, in partnership with 17 national organizations and Jewish Federations, we didn’t know exactly what to expect. The fact that the study’s launch ended up being one of eJP’s top 10 most […]