By Wayne Green When we think about Jewish teens today, they represent incredible diversity in who they are and how they navigate through the world, their community, their family and importantly, how they wish to express their Jewish identity through giving back. In the recent … [Read more...] about Jewish Teens Today Care About Their Community Needs
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By Arinne Braverman The Tribe is a values-based, experiential education program for families with Jewish children in kindergarten through second grade. Without prior knowledge of their work, The Tribe’s pilot program in 2018 incorporated many of the network-focused design p … [Read more...] about Both Organization-Centric And Network-Focused Design: A Response to Lisa Colton and Miriam Brosseau
Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership announces that its Master of Arts in Jewish Professional Studies (MAJPS) is now available to participants from across North America. First piloted in Chicago in 2007, the program grew to meet demand from select … [Read more...] about Spertus Institute announces expansion of its Master’s in Jewish Professional Studies program to serve students from all across North America
By Bill Cohen What would motivate you to go out during a hectic week? What kind of activity would inspire you to devote your time, bring your family, or get a babysitter so you can attend without your kids? What kind of Jewish engagement program would YOU create, if … [Read more...] about Wanted: Great Ideas that Will Get You Off the Couch and Into the Community
By Chana Kanzen If we took a surgeon from 100 years ago and placed them in an operating room today, it would be unlikely they would be able to do their job. Take a teacher from 100 years ago, and place them in most school environments, and they would be able to manage more … [Read more...] about How We Feel about Technology Today Matters for Tomorrow