By Stefanie Zelkind “Make one bunny ear, then another, cross them over ... nope, not like that. That’s okay. Take a breath and just start again.” It would have been much easier to tie my son’s shoes for him or suggest he wear his old sneakers with the Velcro closures. Lettin … [Read more...] about Going Slow to Go Fast
By Rabbi Jay Henry Moses With Pesach behind us, we may be tempted to breathe a sigh of relief. Our great liberation story, yetziat mitzrayim, feels like an accomplishment worth celebrating and relishing - and celebrate we do, retelling the story of our escape from Egypt and … [Read more...] about From Yetziah to the Summit: Leveraging our Most Precious Jewish Leadership Resource
The Wexner Foundation has announced Class 32 of the Wexner Graduate Fellowship/Davidson Scholars Program. As these exceptional individuals pursue graduate training for careers in Jewish Education, Jewish Professional Leadership, Jewish Studies and the Rabbinate/Cantorate, they … [Read more...] about The Wexner Foundation announces Class 32 of Wexner Graduate Fellows/Davidson Scholars
The Wexner Foundation has announced three new classes of the Wexner Heritage Program with volunteer leaders from Cincinnati, OH, Rochester, NY and Seattle, WA. In Cincinnati the program is supported by a partnership with the Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati; in Rochester, with the … [Read more...] about Wexner Heritage Program Announces Three New Classes
By Elka Abrahamson We thoughtfully interview many talented candidates for coveted seats in a Wexner leadership cohort. During interview “season” our selection committees’ probe, prod and pull answers, visions and challenges from hundreds of thoughtful North Americans and Israe … [Read more...] about Got a Good Joke?