The entire issue of the Journal of Jewish Communal Service devoted to Jewish service-learning is now online! This is a great resource for professionals and researchers alike.
American Jews, by and large, are no longer the socialist, Yiddish-speaking factory workers we may have been a century ago. But we still have a lot in common. In particular, the desire to have a positive impact society and make things better for others.
Free at last, free at last, our GLTI training modules are free at last! Repair the World was involved in a collaborative training program for Jewish service-learning group leaders. BBYO, AJWS and Bend the Arc took the lead in developing training modules for use by the trainers. These modules are now available to all.
Over the last few weeks, we’ve replaced abstracts with the full texts for four more articles from the Jewish service-learning issue of the Journal of Jewish Communal Service (People of the Book, Community of Action). With such rich content we thought it would useful to have a little introduction.
An occasional collection of excellent resources for professionals in the Jewish nonprofit community – taken from our Twitter feed. This week’s treasures include Jewish nonprofit hashtags, social media training resources, 101 volunteer engagement tips, slacktivism as a management tool and so much more!