Dr Gil Graff Writing in 1915, Israel Friedlaender, Professor of Bible at the Jewish Theological Seminary - who, among many positions as an active volunteer, served as Chairman of the Board of the Bureau of Jewish Education of the New York Kehillah, President of Young Judaea, … [Read more...] about Jewish Peoplehood for What?
Archives for April 2015
Art Kibbutz's Summer Residency will take place on New York's Governor’s Island From May 26 to September 10, Art Kibbutz’s Summer Residency will offer a shared, multidisciplinary space where artists can experience a retreat-style residency just a short ferry ride from the fre … [Read more...] about Applications Open: Art Kibbutz Summer Residency
Jewish cultural education has taken a bold new turn with the launch of the Experiential Education & Jewish Cultural Arts (EE/JCA) Master’s program at George Washington University in Washington, DC. The only program of its kind, EE/JCA’s intensive one-year curriculum exposes le … [Read more...] about George Washington University Launches Experiential Education and Jewish Cultural Arts MA Program
Washington, DC, April 13, 2015 - The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation announced today it is launching the Schusterman Fellowship to develop outstanding professional and volunteer leaders for the Jewish community and beyond. This new 18-month executive leadership … [Read more...] about Schusterman Family Foundation Launches 18-Month Global Fellowship for Jewish Leaders
By Maayan Jaffe eJewishPhilanthropy.com San Diego County is among the top agricultural areas in the country. It has the highest number of family-owned and certified organic farms in the U.S. In Encinitas, however, the Leichtag Foundation’s ranch and farm is doing more than j … [Read more...] about Natural Learning Lab: Leichtag Ranch & Farm Connects Community with the Land