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Description: JCCs have created a number of avenues to integrate Jewish living and learning into their programming – from camps, to after schools, to sports, to staff programming, etc. Come hear your JCC colleagues share their successes, strategize approaches for your programs, and learn about JCC Association resources to support you.
Audience: Day and overnight camp professionals, Jewish educators, JCC program staff
Presenter: Matt Abrams Gerber, Assistant Vice-President, The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Jewish Education
Registration URL: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3494787075551922177
Please join us for the Third Annual Gathering of Arts and Culture Professionals at the JCC Association which will take place following the closing of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters Conference in New York City, on Tuesday January 13th, 2014. This gathering is offered to you for no additional cost.Last year over 50 Arts and Culture Professionals gathered in our office for a day of focused resource sharing, with larger sessions and smaller break-out sessions, as well as plenty of time for networking & schmoozing. This year, we will gather together again to discuss topics that are important to you and your JCC and to hear about what’s happening in Arts & Culture at JCCs across the continent.This is both an opportunity for arts and culture/programming colleagues who are in NYC for Association of Performing Arts Presenters, and for those who might travel in for the day. I hope you will join us on January 13th for lunch and an afternoon of networking.
Looking forward to seeing many of you again, and to welcoming some of you for the first time.
Randy Ellen Lutterman
Vice President, Arts and Culture
Director, JCC Maccabi ArtsFest
tel: 212.786.5123 | email@example.com
Webinar Focus: Searching for Love.
This Fall, in partnership with Ma’aleh, JCC Association will bring you a series of webinars that will include a combination of film viewing as well as resource sharing that we hope will ignite some ideas of how you may use film, and Israeli film in particular, across multiple departments to engage, and teach, and build community.