This series will focus on what it means to be a leader from a Jewish perspective. It will include explorations of taking responsibility, delegating leadership, leading in public and in private, and what it means to be viewed as a leader. It’s meant for anyone who sees themselves as a leader, or who is interested in pursuing leadership within their community, now or in the future.

What Does it Mean to be in Community?

In the time of social distancing, what does it mean to be part of a community? Who is in yours, and what are your obligations as a community member? 

Fighting Anti-Semitism 101

Anti-Semitism is on the rise in the United States and around the world. Explore its origins, how it manifests on the political right and the left, and what you can do to fight its spread. Explore the most effective tools for combatting Anti-Semitism online, in person, and in your community.

Who are we responsible for?

This series will focus on Jewish understandings of responsibility. Through the lens of the current circumstances of coronavirus and social distancing, you will explore personal responsibility, being part of a community, global responsibility, and what it means to be a part of and separate from those we are connected to. It will touch on tikkun olam, social justice, and principles of community organizing, and is great for anyone who is interested in activism and social action.

Judaism + Leadership

What does Judaism tell us about being leaders today? Do you think of yourself as a leader - and do you want to be one? Using Jewish history, texts, and stories, consider different models of leadership and how you can apply them in your life.