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Joint HUC-JIR and URJ Youth Professional Seminars

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About the Joint Seminars
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At the latest Biennial, the Union for Reform Judaism and Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion announced a series of joint seminars for youth professionals to fulfill one of the tenets of Inspired Engagement. We are committed to providing exceptional professional development for adults working with youth. 

We believe that having better trained professionals will increase meaningful and lasting youth engagement within our communities.

Coming Up

 

September 20: NFTY NY/NJ Teen Leadership Summit 

November 1: Klal Yisrael Fellows Cohort 1 Seminar 3

November 4-8: URJ Biennial

December 5: NYC Professional Development Seminar with HUC

December 14-16: Cincinnati Professional Development Seminar

February 8: ARJE Day of Learning

March 28: LA Professional Development Seminar

April 11: NYC Professional Development Seminar with HUC

 


All youth professionals are welcome to register!

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About the New York City Seminar

We are honored to be hosted at HUC-JIR's New York Campus in a vibrant downtown NYC neighborhood. Participants will explore the psychology of social media and the role technology plays in teen and tween relationships. We will be joined by Zach Geller, a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at the CUNY Graduate Center.

Program Highlights

  • A look at current technology and how it impacts you
  • Interaction with member of the URJ Youth Professional team as well as the HUC-JIR Faculty
  • Cutting-edge thinking
  • Enhance your capacity as a Jewish educator with practical skill-building sessions
Past Events
Testimonials from Participants
“Engagement and education should not compete or be separate, they should be simultaneously happening in our congregations.”

 “I liked this session because it taught me how to look at my students both as individuals and how they fit into the community as a whole.”

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