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A Look Back at Nadiv – What Have We Learned for the Future?

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Jun 152016
 
A Look Back at Nadiv – What Have We Learned for the Future?

This post is cross-posted from eJewishPhilanthropy By Ramie Arian, Leah Nadich Meir, and Steven Green Five years ago, the Nadiv program was launched as an innovative pilot program involving six camp-school partnerships whose primary objective was enhancing and deepening the quality of Jewish education at the camps and enriching experiential education at the schools while

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Building Bridges to Connect Jewish Camps and Schools

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Mar 072013
 

This article is cross-posted from the Jim Joseph Foundation blog. By Jordan Magidson, Nadiv Educator at URJ Camp Kalsman in Arlington, WA and Temple De Hirsch Sinai in Seattle, WA. [Editor’s Note: In 2010, the Foundation for Jewish Camp, The AVI CHAI Foundation, and the Jim Joseph Foundation began working collaboratively on Nadiv, a ground-breaking initiative that

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Feb 272013
 

By Josh Miller, Steven Green, Leah Nadich Meir and Joel Einleger Collaboration and partnership have become the buzzwords of our time. The business world as well as the nonprofit sector heralds the advantages of collaboration: sharing resources, bringing multiple perspectives to address difficult issues, eliminating duplication, learning from one another and pooling assets. The Jim

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Nadiv and the Future of Jewish Communal Life

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Nov 272012
 
Nadiv and the Future of Jewish Communal Life

Nadiv, a groundbreaking program funded by the Jim Joseph and AVI CHAI Foundations in partnership with the Foundation for Jewish Camp, creates senior experiential Jewish educator positions to be shared by nonprofit camps and Jewish day or synagogue schools. As Nadiv aspires to build synergy and collaboration in Jewish education, there will be many lessons to be shared

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