Today's teens and young adults—Millennials and the following generation—have very different relationships to Israel than previous generations did... If they even have the relationship at all.
Join fellow funders for a salon exploring young Jews' changing relationships to Israel, and implications for how we fund Israel education, Israel engagement, and Israel advocacy. What's changing, what's the same, and what do we—as funders—do about it? Are we willing to make changes in how we approach the upcoming generations for the sake of being effective—even if that means the programs we fund may not always sync up with our personal views about Israel?
Dr. David Bryfman, Chief Innovation Officer at The Jewish Education Project, will facilitate the discussion.
Drinks and light kosher appetizers will be served.
(Rescheduled from a previous date due to weather.)
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