Generation Now Webinars
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June 2019, January 2017 and May 2016
June 2019: GenZ Now - Understanding Jewish Teens Today
Who are today’s Jewish teens, and what do they care about? With nearly 18,000 respondents, GenZ Now: Understanding and Connecting with Jewish Teens Today, is the largest study of Jewish teens ever conducted in North America, conducted in partnership with 14 diverse Jewish Youth-Serving Organizations.
GenZ Now co-author Arielle Levites, Ph.D. in conversation with The Jewish Education Project's Susan Wachsstock, discuss key findings from the report, implications for the field and potential opportunities to enhance teen engagement and help Jewish teens thrive in today's world.
- PDF copy of GenZ Now Presentation Slides
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Dr. Arielle Levites, Ph.D., is incoming Managing Director of CASJE (Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education). Levites has received numerous awards and has published widely on Jewish education, Jewish campus life, and Jewish millennials. Her most recent publication is GenZ Now: Understanding and Connecting with Jewish Teens Today, which she co-authored with Dr. Liat Sayfan of Rosov Consulting. Currently, Levites is the Golda Och Postdoctoral Fellow at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, where she teaches undergraduate and graduate level courses and lectures on contemporary American Jewish life.
Susan Wachsstock is incoming Chief Program Officer (CPO) of The Jewish Education Project. Currently Managing Director of Jewish Education and Engagement for the New York-based organization, Susan’s portfolio includes oversight of several grants and initiatives in the Jewish Teen engagement space –including the New York Teen Initiative, Generation Now Fellowship, and the GenZ Now Study --through grants from UJA-Federation of New York, the Jim Joseph Foundation, and others in the Jewish Teen Education & Engagement Funder Collaborative.
Based on the original Gen Now Research
January 2017: What Now? Generation Now - Moving from Research to Action
The Generation Now Research report, released in 2016, provided a new framework from which to view Jewish teen programming. But what happens next? During this webinar, we will:
- Review the 14, field-tested outcomes along with accompanying indicators and measurement tools
- Connect Jewish teen program providers around the country
- Begin to think about how these outcomes necessitate a shift in thinking about teen engagement
- Strategize how to get other stakeholders on board with the changes that these outcomes signify
We apologize but the recording was started after the introduction.
Our first Gen Now webinar
May 2016: What Now? Generation Now - Moving from Research to Action