The Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program at Brandeis University announces an opening for a faculty member -- junior or senior, tenured, tenure track, or professor of the practice -- in an area broadly defined as Jewish Professional Leadership. The ideal candidate … [Read more...] about Faculty Search: Jewish Professional Leadership
Sunday night was, once again, a Mega event. Then last evening, at the Jerusalem office of the Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies, we gathered for the launch. Introducing... Ten Days of Birthright Israel: A Journey in Young Adult Identity I sat Sunday morning with … [Read more...] about Birthright Israel, The Book
The AFP 45th International Conference on Fundraising is underway in sunny San Diego, California. And, for the first time ever (or certainly in recent memory) we have both a presentation and an affinity session devoted to Jewish Philanthropy! eJewish Philanthropy is … [Read more...] about Isn’t a Dollar a Dollar?
From Ghana to Venezuela to Israel, 10 Brandeis University undergraduates have been selected to participate in social justice internships around the world this summer. Through The Louis D. Brandeis Legacy Fund for Social Justice, established by the generosity of an anonymous … [Read more...] about Learning To Give
The recently awarded Bronfman Prize in Jewish Communal Innovation produced over 200 entries. Certainly, many good ideas were presented and many are (or will be) in various stages of implemenation. Here, as we learn from the El Paso Times, finalist Anita Diamant is the … [Read more...] about Bronfman Prize; the Audio Version