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JumpSpark Launches Innovative Third Year of Strong Women Fellowship
September 29, 2020

JumpSpark Launches Innovative Third Year of Strong Women Fellowship

By developer in 2020
ATLANTA, GA – Jumpspark’s Strong Women Fellowship, an empowering educational cohort for Jewish teens in grades 9-12, has continued to grow in size and expand programming to feature a Teen Board leadership position for third...
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JumpSpark Breaks New Ground in Second Year of  Strong Women Fellowship
September 24, 2019

JumpSpark Breaks New Ground in Second Year of Strong Women Fellowship

By developer in 2019
Jumpspark’s Strong Women Fellowship, an empowering educational cohort for Jewish teens in grades 9-12, has more than doubled in size and expanded programming to feature a leadership track, 9 neighborhood community groups, and more connection...
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Conquering Confidence: Practice Makes Perfect
May 13, 2019

Conquering Confidence: Practice Makes Perfect

By developer in 2019
Nadia Bilchik is an editorial producer for CNN. Before she came to speak to us, I honestly didn’t even know who she was. After hearing what she had to say, I don’t think I’ll ever...
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Consent and Identity: The Importance of Knowing Myself
March 14, 2019

Consent and Identity: The Importance of Knowing Myself

By developer in 2019
Coming into this meeting with the poet Caroline Rothstein about consent, I was prepared to have a difficult discussion about the reality of sexual abuse and rape culture. However, this meeting with Caroline pleasantly surprised me....
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Woman Undefined
January 22, 2019

Woman Undefined

By developer in 2019
Whenever prompted with the topic of sexuality and gender identification, I had never thought twice. I would simply brush off the subject since I had always been confident in who I was and who I...
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Strong Women Fellowship: For the Love of Pizza and Chris Hemsworth
December 6, 2018

Strong Women Fellowship: For the Love of Pizza and Chris Hemsworth

By developer in 2018
Meeting the refugees from the Global Village Project was an amazing experience. When I had first arrived I wasn’t sure what to expect or who I would be meeting. I stepped into the room where...
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