The artwork on this note card was created by 5768 WRJ Art Calendar artist Césan d’Ornellas Levine.
This unique program brings together full and part-time youth professionals in the first two years of their careers to learn with experts in the field, create a peer-to-peer learning group, and explore how to create meaningful and sustainable youth engagement models in their community.
For more information see our Fellowship page, we now have 25+ youth professionals registered, and the fellowship will run from September 2017 through May 2018.
Brand New 3 Part Webinar Series: Asking the Why: The Jewish in Jewish Youth Engagement
Why does the “Jewish” in Jewish Youth Engagement matter? How do we use our values and teachings to make a lasting impact on our teens and empower them to lead meaningful lives that make our world a more whole, just, compassionate and joyful place?
We invite you to join 3 exceptional presenters for “Asking the Why of Jewish Youth Engagement.”
Join us monthly for in-person and online training to network with colleagues, enhance your skills for effective youth engagement, and learn best practices. Events include:
An online journal with strategies, ideas, and success stories from Reform congregations and the youth engagement community. Subscribe to receive the Journal every other month in your inbox.
Subscribe to receive a monthly update from URJ youth engagement experts with tools to enhance your work and news from the youth engagement field.
The Tent is the online collaborative workspace for Reform Jewish professionals. Join the Youth Engagement group to network with colleagues and share ideas, resources and programs.