JData has launched JData Revealed, a monthly newsletter with information and ideas from JData.com. Developed at Brandeis University with the support of the Jim Joseph Foundation, JData is a public repository of information about the organizations that comprise the Jewish … [Read more...] about The Health of Jewish Summer Camp Revealed
Archives for August 2011
Is the G.A. a gateway to fundraising in the U.S. for Israeli nonprofits? No! and Yes! by David Maeir-Epstein The General Assembly of the Jewish Federations of North America will take place this year in Denver, Colorado, November 6-8, 2011. Some 3000 Jewish leaders, … [Read more...] about Is the G.A. a Value Proposition for Israeli NGO’s?
A medical team from the humanitarian group Eye from Zion will perform free eye surgeries for Ethiopians and train local medical professionals in Gondar and Debark from September 1-10, 2011. The volunteer team, which includes specialist doctors and nurses will focus on cataract … [Read more...] about Israeli Medical Team to Perform Eye Surgeries in Ethiopia
Sunday, October 2nd has been declared a Day To Disconnect from technology and to re-connect in-person with family and friends. Rabbi Zechariah Wallerstein, the founder and director of Ohr Naava, an educational institution in Brooklyn, NY, has launched a worldwide campaign to … [Read more...] about A Day To Disconnect
from New Voices (national Jewish student magazine): Slave Labor or Valuable Experience? Sometimes, it’s for free. Other times, it’s for college credit. On rare occasions, for pay. Some call it slave labor, while others call it a lucky break. It’s no question that inter … [Read more...] about Interns: Slave Labor or Valuable Experience?