Check Out the URJ Youth Professional Development Series' Spring Line-Up

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Check Out the URJ Youth Professional Development Series' Spring Line-Up

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From social justice to Israel engagement; incorporating Jewish text to empowering a teen leadership board; adolescent development to adapting to a world dominated by technology – youth educators and engagement professionals need a wide range of skills to transform the lives of the young people with whom they work.

The Union for Reform Judaism is thrilled to share the spring line-up of professional development and ongoing learning opportunities for adults working with Jewish youth and teens. Keep up with changing trends, hone your skills, and add to your toolkit with the Union for Reform Judaism’s free Youth Professional Development series.

Register in advance for one or more webinars.

The Union for Reform Judaism leads the largest and most diverse Jewish movement in North America. With 60 programs from camps to youth groups, teen-powered social action to travel programs in Israel and around the world, there is a place for every young person to connect, learn, grow, and have fun. Find a program at

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Elena Paull is the assistant director of youth communications and engagement at the Union for Reform Judaism. She grew up at Temple Emanu-El in Dallas, TX, and is a proud alum of URJ Greene Family Camp and NFTY. Elena met her husband, Andrew, at NFTY Convention and currently lives in New York City.

Elena Paull

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