World ORT is bringing 1000 interactive classes to schools in Israel's peripheral communities. The organization's goal is to raise the standard of Israeli education and World ORT has now received a major boost with the Government's commitment to help it expand its pioneering … [Read more...] about Investment in Smart Classrooms in Israel Soars
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Are you looking for an authentic service opportunity overseas, responding to Jewish and humanitarian needs? Do you want to be part of a network of young Jewish leaders creating a lasting impact on the global Jewish community? Do you wonder where in the world will YOU make a … [Read more...] about JDC Accepting Applications for 2011-12 Jewish Service Corps
Kivun, which in Hebrew means “direction,” is a five-month intensive professional development program for exceptional young professionals in the Jewish communal sector. The Kivun Intensive blends skills trainings, reflection exercises and networking opportunities to empower par … [Read more...] about Apply Now for the Kivun Intensive 2011
Blackbaud, Inc. has announced the release of its 2010 Online Giving Report, which provides the most comprehensive review of online giving trends currently available in the nonprofit sector. The 2010 Online Giving Report includes 24 months of online giving data from 1,812 … [Read more...] about Online Giving Grew 35 Percent in 2010
by Marc Belzberg I warmly applaud Stephen Muss for his well-argued and, in my view, eminently justified plea on behalf of the birth-rights of Diaspora high school age Jewish teens to a meaningful Israel learning experience at least in equal measure with their college and … [Read more...] about An Entirely (Surprising?) Other Side of Birthright Rights