The Limmud Chavruta Project, in partnership with UJIA, has launched the fourth in a series of five resources over the course of 2018 to mark Israel at 70. Limmud volunteers have compiled these materials for you to explore with your family and friends underneath the sukkah. This is the first ever Sukkot resource created by the Limmud Chavruta Project. Inspired by the symbolism of the sukkah, lulav, and etrog, you can explore the theme of … [Read more...] about Limmud Chavruta Resource for Sukkot 2018 Now Available
Act Now Houston, an initiative started earlier this year, plans to build on a series of successful summer volunteer efforts and encourage additional groups to participate in the future. The initiative was created as a partnership between national Jewish organizations - including BBYO, Hillel International, JDC Entwine, Moishe House, OneTable, Repair the World and the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation, and the Jewish Federation of … [Read more...] about Capital Camps CITs, One of Many Teen Groups, Helped with Harvey Relief Efforts
Are you a camp director or camp educator? Apply for M²: CEC today. Over the course of three, four-day convenings, together with an expert faculty and educational and developmental coaches, participants gain exposure to the core theories and pedagogies that frame the choreography, architecture and design of experiential Jewish education at camp. By extracting the best and most cutting-edge theories from a broad range of fields, such as … [Read more...] about Camp Educators Cohort: Applications Open!
ELI Talks has released 15 new ELI talks delivered and filmed in front of a live audience this past summer in Detroit. The talks were given by 15 diverse individuals from across the U.S. who were selected from over 150 applications to participate in ELI Talks’ intensive 6-month long speaker fellowship and share their “inspired Jewish ideas.” Talks were released September 5-7, 2018 over social media, followed by a Watch Party in the Inspired … [Read more...] about ELI Talks Releases 15 New Talks
The Charles Bronfman Prize has named Amy Bach, Founder, Executive Director and President of Measures for Justice, its 2018 recipient. Measures for Justice was the first organization to publicly measure how the entire criminal justice system is performing in all counties across the United States by collecting, analyzing and comparing county-level data. The Prize has previously addressed issues including education, refugees, medicine, energy and … [Read more...] about Charles Bronfman Prize Names Amy Bach, Founder of Measures for Justice, as 2018 Recipient