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
[As part of an ongoing series, eJewish Philanthropy will be sharing thought-provoking articles written by Schusterman Fellows in an effort to offer a glimpse of leaders in our midst who are approaching work in the Jewish sector with inspiring levels of care, strategy and heart. Yo … [Read more...] about Putting the Millennial Myth to Bed
Let’s capture mission-driven millennials by showing them the value of working within the Jewish community, and not outside of it. By Sarah Waldbott How is your nonprofit organization developing millennial leaders for senior-level opportunities in the Jewish sector? With C … [Read more...] about Closing the Leadership Gap by Improving Millennial Recruitment Strategies
By Daniel S. Horwitz Since formally launching on June 1st, The Well, Metro Detroit’s new pluralistic Jewish community-building, education and spirituality initiative has had tremendous success in its outreach and relationship-building efforts in Metro Detroit and beyond. The q … [Read more...] about The Well flows in Metro Detroit with Lessons for Us All