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Jewish Service Learning 101: How to Run an Effective Alternative Break Program is a Course

Jewish Service Learning 101: How to Run an Effective Alternative Break Program

Ended Dec 5, 2017

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Description: This session will equip professionals with the knowledge and skills to organize, and facilitate meaningful and impactful Jewish service learning with their students, locally or globally. Using a framework developed by Repair the World on how to plan effective service and Jewish service-learning, participants will examine best practices both from Repair's local work on the ground and from OLAM and its partners’ global work. Staff will have the opportunity to create and workshop their own plans to engage their students.

Instructor: Sam Kuttner is the Fellowship Director at Repair the World. 

Intended Audience: Professionals who are currently running social justice programming and want to think through new models or frameworks to add to their toolbox in planning service with their students OR professionals who are thinking through how to create more meaningful Jewish service opportunities for their campuses, but may not be currently doing it and want a framework for planning.