The Orthodox Union (OU) has launched the application process for the second cohort of its Impact Accelerator program to rapidly identify and invest in ventures addressing current and future Jewish communal interests.The program runs over 12-months and is built on mentorship-based … [Read more...] about Orthodox Union (OU) Opens Applications for Impact Accelerator
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By Jeffrey Korbman So there I was, on the floor, crouched over a door hinge. It was dark. The only light I had was from my iPhone, which was propped up on a towel from the linen closet. It smelled. But I was determined to get the hinge off, which would allow me to get the door … [Read more...] about Repairing the World – A Wrench, A Mop, And Our Neshama!
(JNS) For two days, a group of 100 Orthodox Jewish women representing 56 communities across the United States and abroad gathered to learn together, network and gain leadership skills that will enable to them to better serve their communities as lay leaders. The inaugural … [Read more...] about Orthodox Women Connect, Contribute and Hone in on Leadership Roles
By Matt Williams The origin stories of the development of Institutional Review Boards for the Ethical Treatment of Human Subjects in Research (IRB) serve in-part as founding myths, part cautionary tales, and part nightmarish histories that are familiar to all researchers. I … [Read more...] about Elevating the Ethics of Evaluation in the Jewish Community
The clientele don’t come just for the food, but to support young people with disabilities as they work to learn a trade and be empowered to support themselves someday.
By Deborah Fineblum
(JNS) It only happens once a month, so you’ll want to mark your calendar well in ad … [Read more...] about Belly-Filling, Heart-Warming:
An Evening in Jerusalem’s Yachad Cafe