NEXT: A Division of Birthright Israel Foundation thoughtfully focuses its social media efforts on supporting and creating community. Even more than that, they want to use social media to connect Jews to create “in real life” community. When Joelle Berman, Communications Manager of … [Read more...] about Creating “Real Life” Communities with Digital Media: An Interview with NEXT
Archives for August 2013
by Nettie Faratci A large part of my position at N Street Village, a social services agency in Washington, DC, entails working with previously-incarcerated women who are in recovery from substance abuse. To be honest, their status as former inmates is not something I deeply … [Read more...] about A Moment Like This: Thoughts on Work, Faith and Presence
From the Schusterman Philanthropic Network: … [Read more...] about How Will You Change a Little Something this Rosh Hashanah?
The Jewish community’s young talent pool is an embarrassment of riches. It is all of our jobs as a collective who care deeply about the future to be ensure that talent be consistently developed with excellence. by Rhoda Weisman This month the Professional Leaders Project ( … [Read more...] about TalentCentrik: A Three-Part Series of What Went Right. The Big Ideas behind PLP and Hillel’s Steinhardt Jewish Campus Service Corps
When alumni from one program find their next Jewish education program, they have a network with which to share it - and potentially with which to experience it. by Jon Marker A compelling education experience offers participants more than the opportunity to learn. We often … [Read more...] about Keeping It Together: The Power of Alumni Networks