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Thoughts on Israeliness while standing in customs

2018-03-07T02:41:48+00:00 March 7th, 2018|Categories: Blog|

"So, Dr. Pomson, what exactly is your business in the United States?” It’s rare that a month goes by that I’m not asked this question by a uniformed person at a major American airport. When you live in Israel and most of the organizations with which you work are in the US, there is only so much [...]

Teen Mental Health: Rolling Darkness into Light

2018-03-07T02:34:04+00:00 March 7th, 2018|Categories: Blog|

Rolling light into darkness and darkness rolling into light. Goleil or mipnei choshech v’choshech mipnei or. With these words, the evening Ma’ariv Aravim prayer draws attention to the cycle of day and night, thanking God for the unending seasons. Ma’ariv Aravim also assures us that even when darkness shields our ability to see, we will eventually return to a light [...]

Creating Impactful Jewish Internship Experiences

2018-01-29T20:14:59+00:00 January 29th, 2018|Categories: Blog|

Filled with Meaning, Learning, and Personal Growth: Creating Impactful Jewish Internship Experiences By Sara Allen Teens today are highly ambitious. Inspired to create positive change, when they choose to devote their time and energy to an organization or activity, they expect an experience that offers both a chance to learn, and a sense of meaning. Generation [...]

Soup to Nuts: Building FindYourSummer.org

2017-12-06T22:29:09+00:00 December 6th, 2017|Categories: Blog, News|

By Susan Holzman Wachsstock, Rebecca Ruberg and Melanie Schneider Sometimes you roll out a project, look back, and think about all the things you now know – and how you would do it differently if given the opportunity to try again. For us, designing FindYourSummer.org – a massive, searchable, filterable database for parents and teens in the Greater [...]

Great School Break Program Opportunities for Chicago Teens

2017-12-06T22:05:04+00:00 December 6th, 2017|Categories: Blog, News|

ABOUT SCHOOL BREAK PROGRAMS Pursue a passion project, develop new skills, meet teens from across Chicagoland and cultivate your Jewish identity through unique School Break trips. These trips, run by some of the best program providers in the country, represent an exciting new way to spend your school vacation! Apply Now Original Source: https://www.juf.org/springboard/School-Break-Programs.aspx

Register for the Boston Teen Funder 2018 Habitat Trip

2017-12-06T21:54:40+00:00 December 6th, 2017|Categories: Blog|

Making the World a Better Place Each February (since 2011) we go from hitting the books to hitting nails in Raleigh, North Carolina through our alternative spring break program with Habitat for Humanity and AmeriCorps. While enjoying time off from school, we make a difference volunteering alongside future homeowner families and learning about poor living conditions and how decent, affordable housing builds [...]

Why Face-to-Face Interactions Still Matter in the Modern Age

2017-12-06T21:46:53+00:00 December 6th, 2017|Categories: Blog|

Can you hear me now? Why Face-to-Face Interactions Still Matter in the Modern Age In the year 5778, the future, it seems, is now. If someone 50 years ago time-traveled to today and saw the myriad technologies and devices that make possible working virtually, she would be amazed, to say the least. She would see a [...]

National Study on Jewish Teens to Explore How Programs Are Helping them “Flourish in Today’s World”

2017-09-27T05:18:13+00:00 September 27th, 2017|Categories: Blog, News|

The Jewish Education Project and Rosov Consulting Tapped to Work with National Jewish Youth Organizations In Unprecedented Project To Measure Success San Francisco, CA -- A new national project will explore the learning and growth outcomes of teen experiences offered by the largest organizations that engage Jewish teens in North America. The study, led by The Jewish Education Project (TJEP) [...]