Full course description
This session will be an opportunity to reexamine the centrality of coffee dating for Hillel professionals of all job descriptions. We'll consider best practices and strategies and explore how any conversation over a warm beverage can be both opportunity for Jewish growth and chance to strengthen your Hillel's breadth of impact. All participants should be highly caffeinated in advance.
- Tuesday, April 24, 12:00pm - 1:00pm EST / 9:00am - 10:00am PST
Any Hillel professional looking for innovative strategies for student engagement and models for a high-quality user experience.
Rabbi Josh is trying to answer this question: How do we live a good and meaningful life in this fast paced, high stress, success oriented world? (And what does "success" even mean, really?) While he hasn’t resolved the questions yet, he’s pretty sure that many of the answers he’s seeking are to be found in the ancient traditions and wisdom of Judaism. Josh is a graduate of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, and he has degrees from U. Maryland and UMass, Amherst. A native of northern Virginia, he lives in Philly with his wife, Natalie, and his sons, Oren and Boaz.
Participation in all Hillel U offerings should be agreed upon by the participant and their supervisor (unless the participant is a director).
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