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iMovie, Papercuts and Visioning the Future of Jewish Education

  This article is from the most recent issue of Sight Line, the digital journal of The Covenant Foundation. A trio of Jewish educators huddled around a computer one morning this past summer, Googling images of Star Wars characters and pasting them into iMovie, Apple’s user-friendly filmmaking program. “Do we want Young Luke?” Dayna...

Union for Reform Judaism receives grant to expand Youth Engagement with New Youth Professionals Training Program

Photo courtesy The Northeast Teen Collective (a project of URJ Eisner and Crane Lake Camps) Continuing the success of the Union for Reform Judaism’s (URJ) Campaign for Youth Engagement, the URJ announces the Youth Professional Training Fellowship for early career youth professionals in congregations. This new fellowship, funded by a $141,000...

From the Seminar to the Workplace: Programs That Promote Workforce Outcomes

By Yael Kidron and Ariela Greenberg Note: In October, the Jim Joseph Foundation released the final evaluation from American Institutes for Research on the Education Initiative – the $45 million, six year investment in Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR), The Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS), and Yeshiva University...