[This essay is from The Peoplehood Papers, volume 23 - “The Israeli Diaspora - a Peoplehood Perspective” - published by the Center for Jewish Peoplehood Education.] By Netaly Ophir-Flint It seems that the Jewish people are currently living in the best of times and in the wor … [Read more...] about It’s Time for the Israeli Diaspora to Step Up and Assume its Leadership Role!
Archives for November 2018
Rabbi Tully Harcsztark is Principal of SAR High School and a 2017 Covenant Award recipient. Dr. Susie Tanchel is Head of School at JCDS-Boston’s Jewish Community Day School, and a 2018 Covenant Award Recipient. While their schools are in different states, cater to different r … [Read more...] about Be a Mensch As You Walk Through the World: Dr. Susie Tanchel and Rabbi Tully Harcsztark in Conversation
By Ziva R. Hassenfeld, Ph.D. and Marina Umaschi Bers, Ph.D. The patriarch Avraham, represented as a green cat with a white head, appears on the screen of the iPad. He announces in a word bubble written in Hebrew, “I want people around but there are none.” As Avraham finishes s … [Read more...] about Computer Programming: An Unexplored Path to Jewish Literacy
Jewish Communal Fund, one of the largest donor advised funds in the country, now offers impact investment opportunities in every asset class. JCF has also introduced an ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) Pre-Set Portfolio option, in addition to Israel Bonds and the Market … [Read more...] about Jewish Communal Fund (NY) Launches Several Social Impact Opportunities
The Jewish Education Project is now accepting nominations for the 2019 Young Pioneers Award. The Young Pioneers Award celebrates forward thinking and innovative educators, under the age of 36, who demonstrate a personal and professional commitment to new ideas, and proven use of … [Read more...] about Nominate the Next Young Pioneers Award Recipient