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Staying in Touch: July 2008

July 2008 / Tamuz 5768

This issue of the URJ College Department email is to let you know about programs and resources available to you and your college students from the Reform movement.


Keep Your Graduating High School Seniors Connected to the Reform Movement in College!

Help us reach out to your graduating High School Senior as they begin college!  URJ College Programs and KESHER will keep your students updated with opportunities to participate in programs such as Alternative Spring Break, Argentina Ambassadors, the Leadership Training Seminar, and more.  Have your student visit us at http://www.keshercollege.org/stayconnected to submit his or her information!


Save the Date: KESHER’s Alternative Spring Break in New Orleans 2009

It is not too early to start thinking about Spring Break, 2009! Put March 15-20, 2009 on the calendar as next year’s Gulf Coast Relief: KESHER’s Alternative Spring Break in New Orleans. Gulf Coast Relief: KESHER’s Alternative Spring Break in New Orleans is run in partnership with the Religious Action Center.  Active Reform Jewish college students from around North America will once again have the opportunity to join together and continue the much-needed work of rebuilding the Gulf Coast following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita of 2005.  To sign up for more information about 2009’s program, go to http://keshercollege.org/gulfcoast/.

This program is supported in part by the Lear Family Foundation Alternative Spring Break Fund at the Religious Action Center, the United Jewish Communities and the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles.


Support Our Students With a Donation

Help insure the future of Reform Judaism's next generation of leaders by making a donation to the KESHER College Program Fund of the Union for Reform Judaism.


Israeli Reform Movement on the Brink: URJ.org/israel/impj/

With the dramatic fall of the U.S. dollar in the last few months, the IMPJ, the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism, finds itself in a financial crisis. Through no fault of its own, the IMPJ has 2 million fewer shekels than originally budgeted, representing more than 30% of its funding. To stay afloat, the IMPJ has had to lay off half its staff and has drastically cut back on its operations.

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