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He served as Chair of the Foundation for Masorti Judaism in Israel from 2010-2014.He currently serves as the president of Mercaz Olami.
The JEP results indicate that 87% of USYers indicate forging strong friendship. Some will resurface at college, on Israel trips, and in the business world.Jewish teens develop the capacity (skills and language) that allows them to grapple with and express their spiritual journeys.Jewish teens feel connected to their various communities.Teens [ages 13-19] involved in YSOs reported higher scores on all of the Gen Z “desired outcomes” [e.g.Jewish identity, connection to Israel, pride in being Jewish, forming Jewish friendships, sustaining Jewish family values, also feeling good about themselves, deepening relationships with family, friends, and mentors, and feeling empowered to make change in the world etc.] The JEP data indicate that teens who participate in USY/Kadima are in the top tier of the 17,000 Gen Z adolescents surveyed.The impressive track record of adolescent teen informal education has been demonstrated quantitatively [data] and qualitatively [statements] by a recent “Gen Z” survey of the Jewish Education Project [JEP]: among 17,000 Jewish teens currently engaged in a YSO [Youth Serving Organization], e.g.
a Jewish youth group [USY, NFTY, NCSY, Bnai Brith Youth Organization, Young Judea, etc., Jewish day school and/or Jewish camp] .
Jewish teens develop significant relationships with mentors, role models, and educators.
Jewish teens are able to express their values and ethics in relation to Jewish principles and wisdom.
Jewish teens develop the desire and commitment to be part of the Jewish people now and in the future.
Jewish teens develop a positive relationship to the land, people and State of Israel.
Europe: Spain, France, Germany, Ukraine, Sweden, UK Africa: Kenya, Uganda Latin America: Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Peru plus Uruguay [Hazit Ha Noar] Australia: Sydney, Melbourne The JEP survey report that YSO teens “shared that they felt a strong connection to their Jewish heritage….