By Hannah Gaventa I have always struggled with the balance between education and facilitation. When we educate about an idea or concept, what gives us the right to impose a message or agenda on our learners? Who determines whether what we have to say is interesting, useful or … [Read more...] about The Jewish Educator: The Owner of Jewish Knowledge?
Ninety-two Moishe Houses in cities spanning 21 countries will mark the organization’s 10th anniversary of re-defining Jewish life for young adults by celebrating Shabbat together on Sept. 23rd. … [Read more...] about Moishe House Marks a Decade with Global Shabbat Celebration
On September 15, Repair the World, and more than 30 partners in Jewish service, social justice, leadership development, and communal engagement, will convene Service Matters: A Summit on Jewish Service. The nearly 200 expected participants who help engage people, especially … [Read more...] about Empowering Young Adults to Make the World a Better Place
By Joshua Sotomayor-Einstein Approximately 6 years ago an intern from the Jewish Federations of Middlesex came to my Moishe House (MH) in Hoboken as part of an exploratory endeavor to see if it was something they would support in their catchment area. Currently, they are … [Read more...] about Moishe House’s Inability to Say No
Moshe House has opened its first house in Uruguay's capital city of Montevideo. Following the Moishe House model, the residents of Moishe House Montevideo will open their home to the community five to six times each month, and, in return, will receive a partial rent stipend … [Read more...] about Moishe House opens 1st house in Montevideo