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An Atlanta foundation bets big on the Israel gap year
April 28, 2021

An Atlanta foundation bets big on the Israel gap year

By eJewishPhilanthropy in 2021
30 Jewish teens will receive gap-year subsidies of at least $10,000 next year As the number of American students in Israel on gap-year programs between high school and college began to jump during the pandemic,...
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JumpSpark Amplifying Israel Pop Culture Phrases
April 23, 2021

JumpSpark Amplifying Israel Pop Culture Phrases

By Amplifying Israel Teen Fellows in 2021
When compiling the list, we enjoyed learning more about each other’s cultures and we hope you enjoy reading our list of pop culture phrases too! This list has been compiled by our April Amplifying Israel...
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‘Jewish geography’ contest on Zoom draws thousands
April 21, 2021

‘Jewish geography’ contest on Zoom draws thousands

By eJewishPhilanthropy in 2021
‘Who Knows One?’ sees its post-pandemic life in fundraising — and maybe matchmaking The pandemic’s restrictions on social life have inspired new ways of connecting, from virtual birthday parties to Zoom speed-dating to digital simchas....
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A Little Taste Of Life: How Tradition Kitchens Changed Atlanta For The Better
April 20, 2021

A Little Taste Of Life: How Tradition Kitchens Changed Atlanta For The Better

By VOX ATL in 2021
Rachel Binderman and Rebecca Kann, Strong Women Fellows, co-authored this article originally published in VOXATL. Food brings people together — families, friends, and strangers alike. Food brings together communities from all backgrounds and has the ability...
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A Day in the Life of Virtual School in America
April 16, 2021

A Day in the Life of Virtual School in America

By Rian Gordon in 2021
The 2020-2021 school year has not been the easiest for anyone. Around the world, students have had to adapt to learning virtually. Many students have yet to go back to their school building since March...
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A Typical Day For Me As An Israeli Teen
April 16, 2021

A Typical Day For Me As An Israeli Teen

By Noa Boguslavsky in 2021
Each day for me starts when I take my dog ​​for a walk. Because of the pandemic I study some days though Zoom and some in school. So, I wake up every morning according to...
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