[Camp Nai Nai Nai, Moishe House’s Jewish summer camp for young adults, provides an opportunity for Jewish young adults from across the country to gather for a multi-night Jewish immersive experience. The first Camp Nai Nai Nai was held at Capital Camps in Pennsylvania in 2017. In … [Read more...] about A Transformational Camp Experience – for Adults
By Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi Israel has a lot to celebrate - and we can and should take the time to kvell. A big part of the success is how Israel leads the world on several key innovations when it comes to disability. I know that you’ve likely seen ReWalk, the exoskeleton … [Read more...] about Israel Has a Lot to Celebrate!
By Sarah Mali
[Presented at the Makom Israel Educators Conference, Jerusalem, November 2018]
On the porch of the shared adult living area we sat. My husband and I were attending a Jewish professionals retreat in America as Israel educators. A couple who had been given a … [Read more...] about What is the Adaptive Work for Israelis and Americans?
A Story and Three Reflections for Yom Ha’atzmaut
By Rabbi Jay Henry Moses With Pesach behind us, we may be tempted to breathe a sigh of relief. Our great liberation story, yetziat mitzrayim, feels like an accomplishment worth celebrating and relishing - and celebrate we do, retelling the story of our escape from Egypt and … [Read more...] about From Yetziah to the Summit: Leveraging our Most Precious Jewish Leadership Resource
Israel is in a new phase, and so are our Jewish American learners. A substantial recalibration will be required. By Robbie Gringras Israel Education should ideally address the four key interlocking areas of enquiry hinted at in the penultimate line of the Hatikvah: … [Read more...] about Israel Education is at an Inflection Point