No matter how good a job we do with immersive Jewish experiences developing strong Jewish identities, Jews will continue to intermarry. by Edmund Case There’s a lot of energy these days among Jewish philanthropists around inclusivity. On April 17, 2013 in e … [Read more...] about Are Interfaith Families Included in Inclusive Philanthropy?
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Jewish communal organizations and synagogues recruit volunteers for a variety of assignments from serving on boards of directors to providing direct service to clients. Most agencies offer an orientation to the organization and some training for their volunteers; some require … [Read more...] about Respecting Volunteers’ Time
At Gann Academy, we decided that, if we wanted this language, culture, and practice to impact our entire school, we needed to start with the adults in the building, especially the school’s senior leadership team. ------------------- [eJP note: This article is part of a series f … [Read more...] about Chanoch L’Naar
The Wexner Foundation has just accepted its 26th class of Wexner Graduate Fellows and Davidson Scholars, which includes an inaugural cohort of Wexner Field Fellows, made possible through a partnership with the Jim Joseph Foundation. Trends in the Jewish professional world have … [Read more...] about Wexner Field Fellows Inaugural Cohort Announced
by Emily Bernstein I often say I made Aliyah to Jerusalem. I chose Jerusalem. In my eyes, Jerusalem was home. It was a place of mythical proportions. In Jerusalem, I could not forget that I was living in the Jewish state filled with my ancestor’s history. In my eyes, J … [Read more...] about Next Year in a Rebuilt Jerusalem