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Staying in Touch: December 2008

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December 2008 / Tevet 5769

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As together we celebrate Chanukah and the secular new year with our friends and families, we are grateful for your dedication to the college students of our Movement. May Chanukah and the new year bring you joy and light in 2009!


Registration Now Open: KESHER’s Alternative Spring Break in New Orleans
The work is not yet done! For only $99, have your college-age congregants join KESHER, in partnership with the Religious Action Center, as we continue Judaism’s commitment to tikkun olam. During this six day trip, March 15-20, 2009, your college-age congregants will work side-by-side with other students from across the country, making a difference and continuing the much-needed work repairing the South.Want to learn more? Visit our Gulf Coast Relief page to register, read testimonials, and more!

KESHER Leadership Training Seminar 2009 at McGill University!
Now in its fifth year, LTS is designed to motivate, educate, and connect established and up-in-coming campus leaders.  LTS gives your college-age congregants the tools they need to build and strengthen their Reform Jewish communities on campus. Students will find many opportunities to gain leadership and personal development skills; there will be workshops on such topics as programming, outreach, Israel, social action, religion, culture, and more!  Apart from its formal components, LTS is a valuable networking opportunity and a great way to meet Reform Jewish students from all over North America.

We hope that your college-age congregants will join us March 6th-8th, 2009 in Montreal for LTS '09!

KESHER Blog
The new KESHER blog features engaging and frequently-updated content--all of it with Reform college students in mind. You'll find an eclectic variety of articles, how-to guides, free resources, and much more!   Contributors include college students, Jewish Professionals, and lay leaders. Check back at least once a week to find out what's new!  Our most current topic of the week is for Chanukah. If you would like to suggest a topic or contribute to the Blog, send an email to dmoss@students.keshernet.com .

 

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