By Dr. Jane Sherwin Shapiro [This is the first article in a series about revitalizing the field of family engagement for the Jewish community, written by Covenant Foundation award recipients and grantees.] When your children grow up to be upstanding, kind, and lovely … [Read more...] about To Teach is to Unlearn: Helping the Next Generation Become Peaceful Parents
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The Covenant Foundation announced $1.6 million in new grants today, continuing its commitment to support the most creative and innovative approaches to Jewish education. Foundation grants are divided into two categories: Signature grants, which generally provide funding of up … [Read more...] about The Covenant Foundation announces $1.6 million in New Grants
By Michelle Shapiro Abraham and Rabbi Ana Bonnheim
Young Jewish professionals are a growing cohort of just-out-of-college professionals who are eager for Jewish living and learning. Their jobs in the Jewish world are often their first jobs out of school and often in … [Read more...] about From Camp Counselor to Full Time Youth Professional:
What We are Learning About Millennials in the Field
The Covenant Foundation has announced the names of three Jewish educators who are the 2018 recipients of The Covenant Award. Naomi Ackerman, Founder and Executive Director of The Advot Project, Los Angeles, CA; Deborah Newbrun, Senior Jewish Educator and Director Emeritus at … [Read more...] about Three Jewish Educators Receive the 2018 Covenant Award
For the past 25 years, the Covenant Foundation has been committed to identifying and championing the most promising educators and projects in the field of Jewish education. With the constant goal of seeking out sustainable ideas and rooting them firmly in the landscape of … [Read more...] about A Call for Stories About JFS Programs in your City: Tell Us What’s Good!