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Change Maker of the Year: Steven Resnick
May 24, 2019

Change Maker of the Year: Steven Resnick

By developer in 2019
On the first Sunday this May at the Hadassah Greater Atlanta Chesed Awards, we were honored to name Steven Resnick, Youth Director at Congregation Etz Chaim, as the inaugural JumpSpark Change Maker Award recipient given...
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Introducing…Beit Midrash for Jewish Professionals
February 26, 2019

Introducing…Beit Midrash for Jewish Professionals

By developer in 2019
Over President’s Day weekend JumpSpark Professional traveled with 14 local Jewish educators and professionals to Ramah Darom. Surrounded by the beauty of the North Georgia mountains we participated in the Pardes Beit Midrash B’Darom, a...
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We’re Hiring: Engagement Manager
February 18, 2019

We’re Hiring: Engagement Manager

By developer in Community Partners
We’re ready to expand the JumpSpark team! Do you think you have what it takes to join a fun, hardworking organization dedicated to Jewish engagement and education in Atlanta? Job Description Title: Engagement Manager Category: Regular,...
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Spark Grants
November 21, 2018

Spark Grants

By developer in 2018
Chanukah 2018 is officially in the books. It is time to clean the wax out of your menorah, wipe the splattered oil off your stove top and try to forget how many jelly doughnuts you...
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Spark Notes: Telling Our Failure Stories
October 19, 2018

Spark Notes: Telling Our Failure Stories

By Kelly Cohen in 2018
I recently had two amazing experiences that changed my beliefs on failure. The first week of October I traveled to Austin to meet with leaders and representatives from the nine other Jewish Teen Initiatives that...
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Film Sheds Light On Teen Anxiety
August 3, 2018

Film Sheds Light On Teen Anxiety

By developer in 2018
By Bob Bahr First published in the Atlanta Jewish Times ›  Last year Nanci Rosing’s son, Alex, was finishing up his bar mitzvah study and preparing for a celebratory trip to Alaska when his mother noticed...
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