The most effective strategy is to empower our young people to host and run quality programs and to invite their friends. By David Cygielman Completely unengaged young adults make the best poster-children. I’m talking about those 20-somethings who never imagined themselves b … [Read more...] about Our Healthy Obsession with Reaching the Unengaged
Motivated by a passion for global Jewish connections, a group of North American alumni of NFTY-The Reform Jewish Youth Movement have organized a meet-up for young adults in London from April 11-17 in collaboration with the World Union for Progressive Judaism (WUPJ). Former … [Read more...] about First NFTY Alumni Meet-up in London This Week
Even well-intentioned plans by well-meaning professionals and lay leaders will be doomed to fail if the process does not affirm the needs and priorities of those off the grid. By Rabbi Joshua Rabin and Emily Winograd Last year, a provocative editorial appeared in The … [Read more...] about What Do You Do With An Idea? Customer Empathy in an Age of Anxiety
UJA-Federation of New York has released important new research on Jewish Millennials. The report, Insights and Strategies for Engaging Jewish Millennials, looked at Jewish 20- and 30-somethings in New York City. One of the key findings - especially for all the doomsayers - … [Read more...] about 82% of Surveyed Millennials Plan to Raise their Kids Jewishly!
By Rabbi Joshua Rabin Millennial engagement is the hot topic of conversation in the Jewish world, as professionals and lay leaders worry about whether or not the emerging generation of Jewish adults will invest in the Jewish future. Frankly, this communal concern is well … [Read more...] about #ShapeTheTable: Organizational Mashups and Rethinking Millennial Engagement