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The Journal of Youth Engagement is a forum of ideas and dialogue on Inspired Engagement. Join the conversation by submitting your article on the strategies and methodologies you are experimenting with to engage youth in your community.

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The Most Useful Thing I Know About Outreach...I Learned as a Stockbroker
by Rabbi David Gerber
Temple Beth Or, Maple Glen, PA

One rabbi shares his secrets from the financial world and how he's used them to retain more than 90% of post b'nai mitzvah teens. Read More>


How We Tapped Into the Potential Energy of Jewish Leadership
by Sam Barnett
NFTY-New York Area Region

One group of teens re-envisions how they meet their goals, and shares what we can learn from them.  Read more>


How We Brought Camp Into our Religious School
by Ellen Fox
Temple Solel, Cardiff by the Sea

An educator describes how her congregation embraced the best that camp has to offer to ignite change in her religious school. Read more>


Youth Engagement Around the Web
The Successful Jewish Educator: When Instinct Meets Know-How
Why would a successful Jewish educator with job security choose to pursue a Master's degree in Jewish education?

From a Terrorist's Son, Jewish Students Get a Lesson in Empathy
What can we, as Jewish educators, learn from the son of a terrorist? 

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