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Inspirational Intern Queen: Helping Students Prepare For Life After High School
November 18, 2020

Inspirational Intern Queen: Helping Students Prepare For Life After High School

By VOX ATL in 2020
Story by Mollie Binderman and Audrey Zeff Now more than ever students need to be prepared for life after school. Internships can introduce you to new careers and make you more prepared for a job...
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Jewish Middle School Club Builds Community
November 17, 2020

Jewish Middle School Club Builds Community

By developer in 2020
On a Wednesday morning in October, 13 boxes line a screen with joyful middle school students talking about how awesome it is to be Jewish. They feel bonded by a shared identity and are bringing...
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Youth Mental Health Training
November 16, 2020

Youth Mental Health Training

By developer in 2020
“We cannot discuss people’s lives today, and the role of Jewish education in those lives, without discussing mental health.” EJewish Philanthropy, September 2020 During two days in October, youth professionals from a variety of teen...
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“Her Campus Media:” College Dreams Pave The Way For Lifelong Dreams
November 12, 2020

“Her Campus Media:” College Dreams Pave The Way For Lifelong Dreams

By VOX ATL in 2020
Her Campus Media is an 100% woman-owned and -operated organization that provides the opportunity for college-age women to publish their voices, is the No. 1 media portfolio for college women, and works to serve and empower...
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Finding Shared Values in a Divided Time
November 9, 2020

Finding Shared Values in a Divided Time

By Annie Fortnow in 2020
As we watch our country’s election unfold and see how close the results are, we can see a clear divide in what the people of the United States of America care about politically. No matter...
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Persevering With My Peers: Insight into Teen Mental Health
October 28, 2020

Persevering With My Peers: Insight into Teen Mental Health

By Lili Stadler in 2020
I grew up with a school counselor as my mom. Needless to say, I have always known the importance of mental health. Talking about my feelings had never been a problem; in fact, it was...
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