Westchester Youth Professional Roundtable

Facilitators: Jodie Goldberg and Rebecca Ruberg
Format: In Person

Description:

Connect with colleagues to build relationships and explore opportunities for collaboration! This is your chance to sit and think with other youth professionals in a way that can spark and spread innovation in your settings.

Additional information:

This network is designed for Youth Professionals.

About the facilitators:

Jodie Goldberg holds the title of a Teen Engagement Consultant and Project Manager, and consults with youth professionals working in JCCs, synagogues and various Jewish organizations in the New York area. Jodie holds a dual masters in Jewish Education and Hebrew Bible from The Jewish Theological Seminary.

Jodie Goldberg

Rebecca Ruberg serves as a Teen Education and Engagement consultant, and has previously held a number of positions focused on engaging teens and young adults in meaningful Jewish experiences. Prior to this role, she served as an Associate Program Officer for Legacy Heritage Fund and the Nachshon Project, the Area Director for the NY/CT region of Jewish Student Connection, and as a Field Worker for the Connecticut Valley Region of BBYO.

Rebecca Ruberg

Testimonials:

Roundtables are an invaluable tool that connect me with other youth professionals in my area. Being able to talk and listen to others has allowed me to see what works and doesn’t work for others. I’ve been able to take that knowledge and those connections back to my temple. That, plus, the Generation Now study, which has been a part of the roundtables has helped me understand my teens better and has helped me refocus my program to fall in line with what they need.

Dates:

September 10, (2020) January 15, April 22

When:

When
Meetings run 12:00pm - 1:30pm except where otherwise specified

Designed for:

Educator / Teacher / Youth Professional

Format:

In Person

New members:

New members
Open

Geographic Region:

Westchester

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