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The #edgeXperience is coming up and we can’t wait to see you!! Just so happens we get to celebrate Purim together on the 4th night, and hey, it’s a ‘mitzva’!!
So pick out your party outfit and pre-order your special whiskey tasting box, and get ready for a fun night of mingling (cuz how much did we miss those right??) 🥃💃
Order your whiskey box TODAY so it arrives at your doorstep on time! **Orders available by Feb 11th**
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EdgeXperience 2021!

A 5-day innovative experience for young professionals.

Be a part of our community of young professionals, ages 22-42, who are passionate about Israel and seek extraordinary networking opportunities and professional development.

As a member, you will get access to high-level executive courses and local events all year long.

Boost your future NOW!

#EdgeXperience
#LevelUp

https://iac360.org/edgexperience-2021/
Here We Go Again.. Israel's fourth election is around the corner. What will be the same? what will be different? How many times can we agree to disagree? Join a live discussion, hear from a panel of Israeli experts, and submit your question.
Sun, Jan 24, 11 am PST/2 pm EST.
https://www.israeliamerican.org/rundown
https://fb.watch/3a1S8H7NNU/
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We had a great group of educators join together to think about Metrics and Evaluation in May. It was exciting for me to see people from across the country come together and support each other in thinking about their work!

We are starting another 3-part Metrics and Evaluation Intensive meeting on Tuesdays from 9:30am-11:00am starting June 2.

This series is designed for program directors and/or teacher-leaders who are interested in thinking through how to collect and use data to support program planning and development. We'd love to have you join us...

We had a great group of educators join together to think about Metrics and Evaluation in May. It was exciting for me to see people from across the country come together and support each other in thinking about their work!

We are starting another 3-part Metrics and Evaluation Intensive meeting on Tuesdays from 9:30am-11:00am starting June 2.

This series is designed for program directors and/or teacher-leaders who are interested in thinking through how to collect and use data to support program planning and development. We'd love to have you join us...

Thanks to all of you who joined us this morning for Relationship Centered Learning in Virtual Spaces with Mindy Gold! We hope you all learned something new and we're looking forward to continuing the journey on Wednesday. To learn more about Mindy and her work:
📣Applications for JWA's Rising Voices Fellowship are open!

If you know a female-identified teen passionate about Judaism, feminism, social justice, and writing, please encourage them to apply:
Seeking Religious School Teachers! Congregation Shir Hadash in Los Gatos, CA is seeking dynamic teachers for the upcoming school year. If you or someone you know might be interested, please contact Rabbi Schwartz at [email protected].
Dear friends,
I would like to share with some initial details about a wonderful program:
“Gvanim Ramon” is a community of Israeli and Jewish-American women leaders. In its core, a yearlong program that develops leadership skills as they become community builders. The program features an Israel experience delegation, with a special focus on creating a deeper connection with our Jewish identity, impacting family and community.
The yearly program includes eight two-hour sessions, and an eight-day trip to Israel, as well as participating and leading ongoing-community activities during the year.
Three of the eight sessions will take place prior to the trip, and the remaining five following it.
The program’s next session will start on October, 2019, While the trip to Israel is scheduled for November 19-26, 2019
�For further details, please check our web site at: https://www.israeliamerican.org/gvanim/ramon

For questions and registration for the program, please contact:
Ronit and Hadar
[email protected]
NEW DOCUMENTARY REVEALS A HIDDEN SHOAH STORY

Dear friends,

It is an honor for me to be at the forefront of a story tradition that belongs uniquely to children of Holocaust survivors. Thank you for inviting us to tell you more:

It is a special privilege to follow one son of survivors on a journey to trace his inherited trauma in my documentary, The Presence of Their Absence. Armed with only scant clues from his late parents, Fred Zaidman ventures into the unknown to tell his story for this first time.

With helpers in Poland, Israel, Germany, and an unlikely source – a Baptist minister in Atlanta - Fred finds his roots in the ashes of the Shoah.

Yad Vashem has called The Presence of Their Absence “a film for the ages”. We are delighted it has just come to Digital HD on iTunes and your other platforms: https://itunes.apple.com/…/the-presence-of-the…/id 1449946652 - The link includes the trailer. Also try: Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Presence-Their-Absence-Fred-Zaidman/dp/B07P1C57FL

I hope you will view the film, send your thoughts, and consider sharing your personal stories via our private email address on our website (thepresenceoftheirabsence.com), as we plan a new film on trans-generational trauma.
The Jewish Women’s Archive is now accepting applications for the Rising Voices Fellowship. Please share with Jewish, female-identified teens (entering grades 10-12 in Fall 2019) who are passionate about writing, social justice, Judaism, and feminism! The application deadline is April 15, 2019. Visit us online to learn more.

Jewish LearningWorks elevates the field of Jewish education by nurturing educators, inspiring innovation, and promoting Jewish literacy. For 120 years, Jewish LearningWorks has served as a wellspring of support and training for educators and organizations throughout the Bay Area.

Our approach to educational excellence includes two distinct strategies: Professional Learning and the Jewish Community Library.

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Leading Edge Announces Fourth Cohort of CEO Onboarding Participants 06/21/2021

Leading Edge Announces Fourth Cohort of CEO Onboarding Participants

Our CEO Dana Sheanin has been selected to participate
in the fourth cohort of Leading Edge’s CEO Onboarding Program!

Read more about the program and the thirteen incredible leaders who will begin this journey:
https://www.leadingedge.org/post/leading-edge-announces-fourth-cohort-of-ceo-onboarding

Leading Edge Announces Fourth Cohort of CEO Onboarding Participants Thirteen new nonprofit leaders will learn together and support one another as they face post-pandemic challenges.

Jews and Prison: Jewish Values Behind the Walls - Jewish LearningWorks 06/03/2021

Jews and Prison: Jewish Values Behind the Walls - Jewish LearningWorks

Elaine Leeder will speak about working with Jewish prisoners, including those incarcerated for life, and about the Jewish values that inform the work of reconciliation and rehabilitation.

Follow the link to register for the event on June 13th!

Jews and Prison: Jewish Values Behind the Walls - Jewish LearningWorks Presented by Elaine Leeder

Better Book Clubs: A Workshop for Book Group Facilitators - Jewish LearningWorks 06/02/2021

Better Book Clubs: A Workshop for Book Group Facilitators - Jewish LearningWorks

As some book groups gradually begin to resume in-person meetings and others continue to embrace the virtual setting, now is the time to brush up on facilitation skills! Follow the link to join the workshop on June 9th.

Better Book Clubs: A Workshop for Book Group Facilitators - Jewish LearningWorks Click here to register.

Plunder: A Memoir of Family Property and N**i Treasure - Jewish LearningWorks 06/01/2021

Plunder: A Memoir of Family Property and N**i Treasure - Jewish LearningWorks

Kaiser explores the moral complexities of finding one’s inheritance in the aftermath of tragedy.

Join author Menachem Kaiser and Jason Francisco in conversation on June 3rd at 7pm. Follow the link to register.

Plunder: A Memoir of Family Property and N**i Treasure - Jewish LearningWorks Menachem Kaiser never knew his paternal grandfather, a Polish Jew who had survived the Holocaust. But after Kaiser learns that his grandfather had spent decades trying in vain to reclaim an apartment building in Sosnowiec, Poland, that had been owned by his family, he decides to revive the long-dorm...

Ancient Jewess Magic - Jewish LearningWorks 05/20/2021

Ancient Jewess Magic - Jewish LearningWorks

What is the connection between gender, witchcraft, and magic in ancient Judaism? Professor Ahuvia’s lecture will survey the evidence for ancient Jewish magic in dialogue with recent novels by Anna Solomon, Sue Monk Kidd, and Maggie Anton, which all feature Jewish women engaged in magical practices.

Follow the link to register for the event on June 6th!

Ancient Jewess Magic - Jewish LearningWorks Presented by Mika Ahuvia

Consultation Hour for Preschool Professionals with Cara Dressler - 2nd Session - Jewish LearningWorks 05/17/2021

Consultation Hour for Preschool Professionals with Cara Dressler - 2nd Session - Jewish LearningWorks

Join us for an informal discussion to gain insight, connect with colleagues, and receive concrete ideas to take back to your classroom with Special Education consultant, Cara Dressler.

Follow the link for more information and to register for the discussion on May 27th!

Consultation Hour for Preschool Professionals with Cara Dressler - 2nd Session - Jewish LearningWorks Join us for an informal discussion to gain insight, connect with colleagues, and receive concrete ideas to take back to your classroom with Special Education consultant, Cara Dressler.

Drop-In Book Discussion: The Yid by Paul Goldberg - Jewish LearningWorks 05/17/2021

Drop-In Book Discussion: The Yid by Paul Goldberg - Jewish LearningWorks

Julie Zigoris will lead a discussion of Moscow-born author Paul Goldberg’s acclaimed 2016 novel, The Yid. This satirical mad-cap adventure tale effectively blends historical events, family stories, and ingenious imagination.

Follow the link to register for the event on May 26th!

Drop-In Book Discussion: The Yid by Paul Goldberg - Jewish LearningWorks Julie Zigoris will lead a discussion of Moscow-born author Paul Goldberg’s acclaimed 2016 novel, The Yid.

Spotlight on Jewish Teen Funders Netowrk (JTFN) - Jewish LearningWorks 05/13/2021

Spotlight on Jewish Teen Funders Netowrk (JTFN) - Jewish LearningWorks

This workshop will provide a reflective and interactive opportunity to use the new Changemakers90 curriculum, an online philanthropy tool to address social justice issues in the world today.

Follow the link for more information and to register for the workshop on May 24th!

Spotlight on Jewish Teen Funders Netowrk (JTFN) - Jewish LearningWorks The Jewish Teen Funders Network (JTFN) creates tools, curricula and training sessions for professionals and organizations to deliver high-quality

May 2021: Exploring the Current Israeli-Palestinian Crisis | The Jewish Educator Portal 05/13/2021

May 2021: Exploring the Current Israeli-Palestinian Crisis | The Jewish Educator Portal

Exploring the Current Israeli-Palestinian Crisis from the The Jewish Education Project | We highly recommend looking through these resources to support your own education and to support your student's understanding as events unfold.

May 2021: Exploring the Current Israeli-Palestinian Crisis | The Jewish Educator Portal The Jewish Education Project has curated a collection of resources on the May 2021 Israeli-Palestinian crisis.

The Book of V.: A Conversation with Anna Solomon - Jewish LearningWorks 05/10/2021

The Book of V.: A Conversation with Anna Solomon - Jewish LearningWorks

In this culminating event of the year’s One Bay One Book program, author Anna Solomon will discuss the process of writing the book and will answer questions from readers and book groups.

Follow the link to register for the event on May 23rd!

The Book of V.: A Conversation with Anna Solomon - Jewish LearningWorks Click here to register for this Jewish Community Library event.

Spotlight on Religious Action Center (RAC) - Jewish LearningWorks 05/05/2021

Spotlight on Religious Action Center (RAC) - Jewish LearningWorks

For more than six decades, the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (the RAC) has worked to educate, inspire, and mobilize the Reform Jewish Movement to advocate for social justice. The RAC’s Social Justice Academy offers meaningful, fun and actionable Jewish social justice education in a virtual setting.

Follow the link to register for the event on May 11th.

Spotlight on Religious Action Center (RAC) - Jewish LearningWorks For more than six decades, the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (the RAC) has worked to educate, inspire, and mobilize the Reform Jewish Movement to

Social Emotional and Spiritual Learning (SESL) Siyum and Showcase - Jewish LearningWorks 05/04/2021

Social Emotional and Spiritual Learning (SESL) Siyum and Showcase - Jewish LearningWorks

Join us to celebrate, recognize, and learn from the successful work of our colleagues and the incorporation of Social Emotional and Spiritual Learning (SESL) into their educational programs.

Follow the link for more information and to register for the event on May 13th!

Social Emotional and Spiritual Learning (SESL) Siyum and Showcase - Jewish LearningWorks Join us to celebrate, recognize, and learn from the successful work of our colleagues and the incorporation of Social Emotional and Spiritual Learning (SESL)

Home | CC2021 05/03/2021

Home | CC2021

Each May, the Jewish community joins the annual national movement to raise awareness for mental health and wellbeing. The Collective Compassion website is offering events and experiences designed to support all aspects of wellness: mind, body, spirit focused specifically on Jewish teens.

Home | CC2021 Explore pop-up programs, creative workshops, giving circles, 'screenside chats' and wellness inspo all month long.  We hope you walk away with new self-care practices, coping strategies, and a deeper understanding of the dimensions of mental health.  We have something for everyone .  

Spotlight on Religious Action Center (RAC) - Jewish LearningWorks 05/03/2021

Spotlight on Religious Action Center (RAC) - Jewish LearningWorks

For more than six decades, the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (the RAC) has worked to educate, inspire, and mobilize the Reform Jewish Movement to advocate for social justice. The RAC’s Social Justice Academy offers meaningful, fun and actionable Jewish social justice education in a virtual setting.

Follow the link to register for the program on May 11th at 11am.

Spotlight on Religious Action Center (RAC) - Jewish LearningWorks For more than six decades, the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (the RAC) has worked to educate, inspire, and mobilize the Reform Jewish Movement to

Face to Face: Preparing to See Our Teens in Person Again - Jewish LearningWorks 04/29/2021

Face to Face: Preparing to See Our Teens in Person Again - Jewish LearningWorks

Join Dr. Betsy Stone to think through our responses to grief, change, and reentry. This 2-session series is geared to professionals who work with teens in camps, synagogues, youth groups, and other youth-serving organizations. We invite you to register for one or both workshops.

Follow the link to learn more and register for the workshops on May 12 and August 11!

Face to Face: Preparing to See Our Teens in Person Again - Jewish LearningWorks What a year it's been. Even as we experienced loss and change, we discovered new values, new activities. As attention turns to reconnecting in person we will

Expanding our reach to engage Jewish teens 04/29/2021

Expanding our reach to engage Jewish teens

...The pandemic forced us to work through these challenges virtually and nationally. As we scaled, we began to more deeply understand how important relationships are — both within communities and across communities. For anyone thinking of scaling a program nationally, do not forget what made the small, local program successful in the first place: yes, the content, but also yes, the relationships. So, how do you replicate the closeness of a local cohort across a national program with hundreds of registrants?"

Compelling read by Debra Sagan Massey, Sarina Gerson, and
Leah Finkelman in EJewish Philanthropy

Expanding our reach to engage Jewish teens When it comes to effectively engaging Jewish teens, we know that talented youth professionals are critical to success. Our three communities in San Francisco, Chicago, and Boston are part of the Jewish Teen Education and Engagement Funder Collaborative -- which...

B'tzelem Elohim: A Mother Discusses Her Fight for Transgender Rights - Jewish LearningWorks 04/28/2021

B'tzelem Elohim: A Mother Discusses Her Fight for Transgender Rights - Jewish LearningWorks

B’tzelem Elohim: A Mother Discusses Her Fight for Transgender Rights

Join us this Sunday at 2 PM Pacific: Mimi Lemay, author of What We Will Become: A Mother, A Son and A Journey of Transformation, will discuss her advocacy on behalf of her transgender son and her own struggle to redefine her faith after leaving her ultra-Orthodox upbringing. At 3 PM, JLW Senior Educator Deb Massey will lead a discussion for educators exploring how this essential conversation relates to our work with students, parents, and community members in Jewish educational settings.

B'tzelem Elohim: A Mother Discusses Her Fight for Transgender Rights - Jewish LearningWorks Mimi Lemay, author of What We Will Become: A Mother, A Son and A Journey of Transformation, will discuss her advocacy on behalf of her transgender son and her own struggle to redefine her faith after leaving her ultra-Orthodox upbringing.

Ashkenazi Herbalism: Rediscovering the Herbal Traditions of Eastern European Jews - Jewish LearningWorks 04/26/2021

Ashkenazi Herbalism: Rediscovering the Herbal Traditions of Eastern European Jews - Jewish LearningWorks

Deatra Cohen and Adam Siege's new book documents the uncovering of Jewish natural and herbal medicine, and this talk will trace the path they traversed to reveal a hidden world of medicinal plants and the Jewish healers who knew them well.

Follow the link to register for the event on May 6th at 7pm.

Ashkenazi Herbalism: Rediscovering the Herbal Traditions of Eastern European Jews - Jewish LearningWorks The practice of herbal healing has seen a resurgence in the last few decades in the United States. Many who study these ancient traditions look to their ancestral plant knowledge for guidance and inspiration.

Jewish life, Covid-19 and the rebuilding power of women – J. 04/22/2021

Jewish life, Covid-19 and the rebuilding power of women – J.

“For years I’ve said that I created the Voices for Good women’s leadership initiative because it was the network I needed to succeed as a leader. This past year, I learned how profoundly true that was.”
- Dana Sheanin

Follow the link to read the full article.

Jewish life, Covid-19 and the rebuilding power of women – J. When I accepted the position of CEO at Jewish LearningWorks, I never could have foreseen that my first year would coincide with the first year of a global pandemic and a long overdue racial reckoning in the United States. Whatever notions I had about what the job would be like were quickly dispelled...

B’Tzelem Elokim: A Mother Discusses Her Fight for Transgender Rights - Jewish LearningWorks 04/22/2021

B’Tzelem Elokim: A Mother Discusses Her Fight for Transgender Rights - Jewish LearningWorks

Mimi Lemay, author of What We Will Become: A Mother, A Son and A Journey of Transformation, will discuss her advocacy on behalf of her transgender son and her own struggle to redefine her faith after leaving her ultra-Orthodox upbringing.

Follow the link to register for the event on May 2 at 2pm!

B’Tzelem Elokim: A Mother Discusses Her Fight for Transgender Rights - Jewish LearningWorks Mimi Lemay, author of What We Will Become: A Mother, A Son and A Journey of Transformation, will discuss her advocacy on behalf of her transgender son and her own struggle to redefine her faith after leaving her ultra-Orthodox upbringing.

Award for Excellence in Jewish Youth Education and Engagement 04/22/2021

Award for Excellence in Jewish Youth Education and Engagement

Congratulations to Zephira Derblich-Milea
Youth Program Manager at Shalom Bayit

Our 2021 recipient of the Award for Excellence in Jewish Youth Education and Engagement

Zephira is an extraordinary educator in and out of the classroom; her commitment to honesty and integrity leads her to bring her full self to each and every single workshop she leads. And because she does so, her capacity for genuine connection with the hundreds of teens she serves every year is profound. Her ability to create safe space for these youth while talking about deeply personal and, often, charged subjects — like consent and abuse — is what makes Shalom Bayit’s Love Shouldn’t Hurt program so successful. She brings crucial content that students are desperate to discuss and presents it in a way that resonates so deeply with many of the youth that they often make insightful connections about how the workshop material manifests in their own lives throughout the workshop.

We congratulate Zephira and applaud every one of our Bay Area Youth Professionals whose flexibility, commitment to excellence and dedication to their profession kept the love of learning alive for our students during an overwhelming and unexpected year of challenge.

Kol Hakavod!

Award for Excellence in Jewish Youth Education and Engagement

Family Secrets: Text and Discussion - Jewish LearningWorks 04/20/2021

Family Secrets: Text and Discussion - Jewish LearningWorks

Introducing excerpts from several provocative books, this lively community conversation will explore the impact of our own family secrets. Follow the link to register for the event on April 28th at 7pm1

Family Secrets: Text and Discussion - Jewish LearningWorks Facilitated by Jim Van Buskirk

Consultation Hour for Preschool Professionals with Cara Dressler - Jewish LearningWorks 04/19/2021

Consultation Hour for Preschool Professionals with Cara Dressler - Jewish LearningWorks

Calling all Jewish preschool professionals!

Join us for an informal discussion to gain insight, connect with colleagues, and receive concrete ideas to take back to your classroom with Special Education consultant, Cara Dressler.

April 22, Tuesday evening, 6:30-7:30pm. Registration required.

Bring your questions to this supportive, virtual setting to learn best practices, and tools for working with students with special needs. Follow the link to find out more.

Consultation Hour for Preschool Professionals with Cara Dressler - Jewish LearningWorks Join us for an informal discussion to gain insight, connect with colleagues, and receive concrete ideas to take back to your classroom with Special Education consultant, Cara Dressler.

The Memory Work of Jewish Spain - Jewish LearningWorks 04/19/2021

The Memory Work of Jewish Spain - Jewish LearningWorks

This talk examines the implications of reclaiming the memory of Jewish Spain through the analysis of some of these emerging cultural practices, initiatives, and institutions in the context of the long history of Spain’s ambivalence towards its Jewish past. Follow the link to register for the event on April 25th at 2pm!

The Memory Work of Jewish Spain - Jewish LearningWorks Please click here to register for this Jewish Community Library event.

Drop-In Book Club: The Book of V. by Anna Solomon - Jewish LearningWorks 04/16/2021

Drop-In Book Club: The Book of V. by Anna Solomon - Jewish LearningWorks

In this new novel, rooted in the Book of Esther, three characters’ stories in different time periods overlap and ultimately collide. Their narratives are interspersed with an imaginative account of the stories of Vashti and Esther, illuminating how women’s lives have and have not changed over thousands of years. Follow the link to register for the event on April 25th!

Drop-In Book Club: The Book of V. by Anna Solomon - Jewish LearningWorks Please click here to register for this Jewish Community Library event.

How Yehuda Amichai’s Poetry Became Popular Song - Jewish LearningWorks 04/12/2021

How Yehuda Amichai’s Poetry Became Popular Song - Jewish LearningWorks

This session will explore how Amichai’s experiences informed his poetry, and how his poetry influenced a generation of Israeli composers who turned his poetry into popular Israeli songs. Follow the link to register for this Jewish Community Library event on April 22nd!

How Yehuda Amichai’s Poetry Became Popular Song - Jewish LearningWorks Presented by Ilan Vitemberg

Consultation Hour for Preschool Professionals with Cara Dressler - Jewish LearningWorks 04/12/2021

Consultation Hour for Preschool Professionals with Cara Dressler - Jewish LearningWorks

Calling all Jewish preschool professionals!

Join us for an informal discussion to gain insight, connect with colleagues, and receive concrete ideas to take back to your classroom with Special Education consultant, Cara Dressler.

April 22, Tuesday evening, 6:30-7:30pm. Registration required.

Bring your questions to this supportive, virtual setting to learn best practices, and tools for working with students with special needs. Follow the link to find out more.

Consultation Hour for Preschool Professionals with Cara Dressler - Jewish LearningWorks Join us for an informal discussion to gain insight, connect with colleagues, and receive concrete ideas to take back to your classroom with Special Education consultant, Cara Dressler.

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For 120 years, Jewish LearningWorks has served as a wellspring of support and training for educators and organizations throughout the Bay Area. We elevate the art of Jewish teaching and the practice of Jewish learning.

We accomplish our work through our professional learning department and our Jewish Community Library.

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