by Aleeza Lubin “Begin with the end in mind.” The phrase made famous by Stephen R. Covey in "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" reminds us that we need to know where we’re going so we can plan a strategy to get there. In Yeshiva University’s "Mapping Goals in Experie … [Read more...] about Planning with Teens: Whose Goals are These Anyway?
Engaging Jewish Teens
by David Bryfman In a recent eJewishPhilanthropy blog post, “A New Experiment in National-Local Funder Collaboration”, Josh Miller of the Jim Joseph Foundation made reference to an investment in “a National Incubator for Community-Based Jewish Teen Education Initiatives to supp … [Read more...] about A Hub in a Network: A National Incubator for Community-Based Jewish Teen Education Initiatives
by Nolan Hausler and Jordan Schlesinger We joined nearly 2,000 teens from 20 countries in Dallas last month for BBYO’s International Convention (IC). Together, we celebrated 90 years of AZA (the Aleph Zadik Aleph, the male fraternity and leadership program of BBYO) and 70 y … [Read more...] about Creating Human Bridges for Jewish Teens
by Josh Miller About ten months ago, following the release of the research report Effective Strategies for Educating and Engaging Jewish Teens, eJewish Philanthropy ran a blog series that provided a range of perspectives in response to the report's key findings. The series' … [Read more...] about A New Experiment in National-Local Funder Collaboration
by Jackie Rotman When I was 14, I heard an allegorical story that informs how I think about social change to this day. Years ago, there was an accident on a train track, in which a train hit a car and killed an entire family. After the incident, the community sued the train … [Read more...] about Calling all Millennials to Make a Difference