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שַׁבָּת שָׁלוֹם ~ Shabbat Shalom, 12, Sh’vat, 5780

Jewish Inc. Infrastructure isn’t built overnight. The remarkable and unprecedented infrastructure of Jewish communal life has grown and evolved over generations. JCCs and synagogues, day schools and federations, legacy organizations and start-ups—each was built and evolved to meet both current and emerging needs. They grew in response to unfolding and anticipated trends in participation and … Continued

JCC Association of North America Launches Partnership with Beit Issie Shapiro to Advance Disability Inclusion in Early Childhood Education

JCC ASSOCIATION OF NORTH AMERICA LAUNCHES PARTNERSHIP WITH BEIT ISSIE SHAPIRO TO ADVANCE DISABILITY INCLUSION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION JCC Association is partnering with Israel’s leading innovator for people with disabilities to expand inclusion programming across the JCC movement NEW YORK – Today, JCC Association of North America launched a new partnership with Beit Issie … Continued

JCC Association of North America and The Union for Reform Judaism Launch Unprecedented Partnership to Strengthen Field of Jewish Early Childhood Education

CONTACT: Lauren Silverman, West End Strategy Team; 917-603-6433 Lauren Theodore, Union for Reform Judaism; 917-767-8973 JCC Association of North America and The Union for Reform Judaism Launch Unprecedented Partnership to Strengthen Field of Jewish Early Childhood Education The JCC Movement and Reform Movement’s joint initiative will change ECE landscape with new business models … Continued

JCC Association Welcomes Gabriel Most as Chief Experience Officer

JCC Association of North America is excited to announce that Gabriel Most will join JCC Association as our new chief experience officer (CXO) on January 2, 2020. Most will be coming to JCC Association from the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America where he has served as both vice president, Community Engagement and vice president, East … Continued

The Heroes that Walk Among Us: Veterans Day 2019

The Heroes that Walk Among Us When I was stationed at the United States Naval Academy several years ago, getting a haircut at the Academy’s barbershop was one of my favorite things to do. And Freddie, a short, unassuming older gentleman, was my favorite barber. He was always quick with a joke, a smile and … Continued

שַׁבָּת שָׁלוֹם ~ Shabbat Shalom, 3 Cheshvan, 5780

Tree of Life Sunday, October 27, marked one year since the worst Anti-Semitic attack in the history of the United States. Three congregations that had worshipped in the Tree of Life building, a community, a neighborhood, a city, a country and the wider Jewish world remembered the victims, consoled the survivors, saluted the first responders … Continued

שבת שלום ~ Shabbat Shalom 26 Tishrei, 5780

25 October 2019 | 26 Tishrei, 5780 People of the Book Parasha V’zot Habracha |  פָּרָשָׁה וזֹאת הַבְּרָכָה, the last portion in the Torah is read only on Simchat Torah. It includes Moses’ final blessing to each of the Israelite tribes and ends with the description of his death. His time had come. And with it, we … Continued

שבועה טוב ~Shavua Tov Tishrei 7, 5780

תשובה / T’Shuvah / Return Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur we celebrate a singular Shabbat on the Jewish calendar. Shabbat T’Shuvah is dedicated to our return—our return to God, to the Torah, to our best selves. “On Rosh Hashanah,” the Unetaneh Tokef prayer begins, “it is inscribed – and on Yom Kippur it is … Continued

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