By Josh Fidler and David Phillips Over the past decade or more, new models of Jewish learning have been formally studied, achieved recognition and, as a result, have been elevated in both importance and attention. Israel experiences, summer overnight camps and outdoor, … [Read more...] about Jewish Retreating Finally Comes of Age
The American Jewish Scene
By Rabbi Sarah Freidson [The following article is offered as a partnership between eJP and the Clergy Leadership Incubator program (CLI). CLI is a two-year program to support and encourage congregational rabbis and rabbinic entrepreneurs in the areas of innovative … [Read more...] about V’Ahavta: The Caring Collectives of Temple Beth Shalom
By Ayalon Eliach and Rella Kaplowitz
do American Jews volunteer, make charitable contributions, sit on
community boards, sign petitions, and vote? To what extent are their
motivations for civic engagement tied to Jewish values and wisdom, or
motivated by something … [Read more...] about Connecting the Dots:
American Jews and Civic Engagement
Can a nonprofit organization accept donations from a troublesome figure? That’s the million-dollar question.
As a Jewish professional, you’re likely to grapple with this dilemma at your organization - if you haven’t already.
On Sunday, 21 teams repre … [Read more...] about Should you Accept Money from a Tainted Donor?
Consider the Findings of these Jewish Students.