The New York Teen Initiative, supported by UJA-Federation of New York and led by The Jewish Education Project, is an ambitious endeavor to redefine the area’s Jewish teen engagement with a focus on summer engagement and outreach. A new report addresses the impact of the first f … [Read more...] about New Report: Cracking the Programming Code: The New York Teen Initiative and Its Contribution to the Field of Summer Experiences and the Lives of Jewish Teens
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By Malka Fleischmann Some of what unfolded at last week’s first Chicago-based Jewish Futures conference, co-sponsored and executed by our team at The Jewish Education Project and our partners at UpStart, affirmed well-trodden territory in the field of Jewish ed. But some of i … [Read more...] about All I Care About is People
By Toby Rubin and Bill Robinson Recall for one moment, someone who mentored you. Our mentors reveal for us our full potential, and then they inspire and guide us to achieve it. Whether we are a teacher, a teacher-educator, an entrepreneur, or a leader of a legacy institution, … [Read more...] about In Honor of Our Mentor Bob Sherman
The Jewish Education Project is expanding its Jewish education and engagement efforts through a grant from the Jim Joseph Foundation that will build its capacity, while also bringing on two new C-Suite hires.
The $1.5 million grant will build The Jewish Education Project’s c … [Read more...] about Comings and Goings:
The Jewish Education Project names new C-Suite Hires;
Limmud North America names first-ever National Director
The Jewish Education Project has announced the second cohort of the Generation Now Fellowship, the first comprehensive fellowship to provide professional growth and leadership development for senior educators in the field of Jewish teen education/engagement.
Following a highly … [Read more...] about Generation Now Fellowship:
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