By Rabbi David Levy Pokémon Go is the latest craze. For the past week, millions of adults and kids have turned the world into a living video game, seeking to find, capture and train virtual monsters called Pokémon. This new twist on the popular 90s video game is played by m … [Read more...] about Jewish Teens Go!
Archives for July 2016
Want to "be the change," but don't know where to start? These young professionals break it down with lessons learned along their journeys. By Lilly Scherban We’re often told inspiring stories about people who have contributed to society in meaningful ways. These stories … [Read more...] about 6 Tips for Launching your Career in Global Social Impact
By Rabbi Jennifer Gorman As with any event, there are always different views of what is reality. Rabbis Manken and Lerner ask the question of “Why now?” Actually, it’s nothing new. Since 1980, Conservative/Masorti and other liberal minyanim made up of Israelis, not visitors to … [Read more...] about Almost Straightening the Record
By Joshua Ladon The battle being fought over access to the Kotel, which accelerated this week with a strong reprimand of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu by progressive movements for not acting on his public promises, expresses the exasperation of those groups over Israel’s c … [Read more...] about Hack the Kotel
By Todd J. Sukol Last week (July 14) I had the pleasure of attending a luncheon in honor of Joshua Venture Group's most recent cohort of talented social entrepreneurs setting out to the change the world through Jewish values and teachings. What an impressive group! What stood … [Read more...] about Confronting Organizational Entropy