By Shuki Taylor [This is an introductory article to a series dedicated to experiential Jewish education that will be published over the coming weeks.] In recent years, the field of experiential Jewish education (EJE) has been subject to much attention. Many Jewish … [Read more...] about Experiential Jewish Education: What We Are Doing To Grow It.
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The Leichtag Foundation announces the launch of the second annual Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition. Designers of all backgrounds throughout California, as well as Jerusalem, are invited to participate and reimagine the ancient structure known as a Sukkah, which has been … [Read more...] about Sukkot at the Ranch Design Competition is Open
There is a tendency in the Jewish communal space to see individual projects as siloed, without realizing that often we are all intimately woven into the same web. by Martin Storrow Last month, I had the privilege of taking part in the final #NetTalks Alumni Engagement … [Read more...] about Engaging Alumni With Multiple Jewish Identities
by Barry Camson What enables the organizations that create and support Jewish start-up ventures to make a significant contribution to the larger Jewish community? What practices are important for us to be aware of? What helps these organizations be successful? In this article, … [Read more...] about A Panorama of Jewish Venture-Based Organizations, Part 2
by Charlene Seidle In ancient times, as in modern times, Jerusalem has been a muse, the subject of prayer, longing and inspiration. A city of extraordinary diversity, Jerusalem provokes passion, fervor and religious zeal. Our Sages spoke of two Jerusalems: Yerushalayim Shel … [Read more...] about Jerusalem Above and Below: A Funding Match for the Ages