[eJP note: The suggestions for presenters are applicable in many other settings including: Limmud, staff trainings etc.] By Ken Gordon JEDCAMP Boston is bearing down on Beantown. (The GPS says it will arrive on September 7, 2 p.m., at JCDS, Boston.) And if you’re anything l … [Read more...] about Here Are the Keys to JEDCAMP Boston. Happy Driving.
In an effort to promote yachad, or unity, across the New York City, Long Island, and Westchester Jewish communities, UJA-Federation of New York’s Jewish Peoplehood in New York (JPNY) Committee is committed to developing and pursuing initiatives that strengthen ties among its c … [Read more...] about New Diversity Grants Available from UJAFed-NY
The Leichtag Foundation announces the launch of the second annual Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been … [Read more...] about Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition is Open
U-Bank: Nonprofit Solutions is excited to announce its next seminar: Lessons from Z-Street: What Israeli Charities Need to Know about Forming and Protecting their Funding Sources in the U.S. Building on previous talks she has given at U-Bank, United States attorney Laura … [Read more...] about Jerusalem Event: Protecting Your American Funding Sources
PEW-ISH, an unusual new project to expand the conversation about Jewish identity, especially among unaffiliated Jews, will launch with a special dramatic production of 10 new plays on June 26 at the Loft at Judson Memorial Church in New York. PEW-ISH was created following the … [Read more...] about ‘PEW-ISH’ Offers Broad(er) Way for Jewish Engagement