You’ve studied Torah. Now learn how to teach it. Jewish professionals are expected to be able to teach the Torah they have learned - but rarely are they trained to do it well. The Kevah Teaching Fellowship is a unique opportunity for emerging educators to hone the craft of t … [Read more...] about Kevah Teaching Fellowship 2018
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For the fifth year running, thousands of young adults will address pressing racial justice issues on Martin Luther King Day through Repair the World’s ongoing campaign, “Act Now for Racial Justice.” … [Read more...] about On MLK Day, Jewish Young Adults to “Act Now for Racial Justice”
EILAT, Israel, Dec.24 - Limmud FSU Israel marked a decade of educational work with young Russian-speaking Jews in the Holy Land with a three-day Jewish volunteer-driven festival of learning in Israel’s southernmost city, Eilat. The dynamic and pluralistic event gathered 2,000 p … [Read more...] about 2,000 Participants attend 10th Anniversary of Limmud FSU Israel
By Maayan Hoffman eJewish Philanthropy More than 1,000 Conservative Jewish students and staff members converged on Chicago on Sunday for the United Synagogue Youth’s (USY) 67th annual international convention. The event is centered on fun, friendship, social action and i … [Read more...] about What Can the Jewish Community Learn in the Aftermath of USCJ Sexual Abuse Scandal?
By Simone Szalmuk-Singer Jewish identity, communal continuity and Israel’s image abroad, are arguably some of the most important topics in the Jewish world today. Connecting with the Jewish communities in Asia provides fascinating perspective and clarity in these areas. … [Read more...] about Unexpected Learnings from the Jewish Communities in Asia