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Picture Yourself in Israel

Jewish Federation of St. Louis is accepting applications for Israel Bound 2017, a three-week trip to Israel bringing together Jewish high school students from around the community. Participants will have the opportunity to: Explore ancient Jerusalem and modern Tel Aviv Climb Masada at sunrise Ride a camel in the Negev Desert and sleep in a…

Sh’ma: Listen! Speaker Series Welcomes Mark Rosen

Join the Jewish Federation of St. Louis for the next event in the Sh’ma: Listen! Speaker Series on Monday, October 31, 2016 at 7:00 pm: “Does Jewish Campus Life Matter? Unpacking the Hertog Study” with Chabad on Campus. Researcher Mark Rosen, Ph.D., Associate Professor at Brandeis University’s Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program, will share the findings…

Idea Slam Creates Buzz in the Community

Jewish Federation of St. Louis is looking to get your creative juices flowing through the Jewish community’s first Idea Slam Workshop. Community members, innovators and entrepreneurs alike are invited to come share their ideas for building and improving our community. Using the power of the group, the Idea Slam will generate a high volume of…

JOLT Starts Third Trimester of Classes for Teens

Jewish Opportunities & Learning for Teens (JOLT) has announced their course description for Trimester 3 of their engaging classes for Jewish teens. The beauty of JOLT is that admission is always rolling so students can begin at any time during the school year. Third Trimester begins on February 18 and is open to all St….

Jewish Day Schools to Host Israel Rally

WHO: H.F. Epstein Hebrew Academy, Yeshivat Kadimah High School, Block Yeshiva High School, Torah Prep School of St. Louis, Missouri Torah Institute, and Esther Miller Bais Yaakov… WHAT: … are hosting a tehillim rally (prayer, the book of Psalms) to show support for Israel with St. Louis Jewish Day School students, in partnership with Jewish…

Summer Internship Program for College Students Returns

The Internship Experience for Future Community Leaders connects students with employment and the local Jewish community Jewish Federation of St. Louis is excited to open applications for the 2016 Class of The Internship Experience for Future Community Leaders. This nine-week, paid summer opportunity provides employment at a local business or non-profit organization, a community mentor…

Kranzberg Foundation Awards $55K

Kranzberg Foundation Awards $55K to Jewish Youth and Young Adult Programs Grants have been given to innovative next generation Jewish projects since 2008 The Kranzberg Family Foundation, a supporting organization of Jewish Federation of St. Louis, has awarded $55,000 in grants to 12 Jewish programs for children, teens and young adults for 2015. This is…

Participate in Jewish Disability Awareness Month

February is Jewish Disability Awareness month and the St. Louis Jewish Community Inclusion Initiative, facilitated by Jewish Federation of St. Louis, is joining other communities in recognizing and increasing the awareness of the needs, strengths, opportunities and challenges of people with disabilities in our Jewish communities throughout North America. The following events will take place…

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