Central Bureau of Jewish Education for Atlanta?
By Jan Jaben-Eilon
Change Maker of the Year: Steven Resnick
Honoring a Jewish professional dedicated to Atlanta's Jewish teens and community.
Conquering Confidence: Practice Makes Perfect
by Katie Hurwitz, 2019 Strong Women fellow
Three Questions for Kelly Cohen, JumpSpark Director
Spark Note: In Every Generation
by Kelly Cohen, JumpSpark Director
Change Maker Spotlight: Varda Cheskis Sauer
JumpSpark Invests in Atlanta Jewish Community Through $260,000+ In Spark Grants
Consent and Identity: The Importance of Knowing Myself
by Rachel Cohn, 2019 Strong Women fellow
Film Sheds Light On Teen Anxiety
“Angst" examines the causes and effects of anxiety and how parents can work with their children to get help.
JumpSpark Values Teen Voices
"It’s about valuing teen voices, telling kids that they are experts on their needs, and exposing them to experiences through a Jewish lens, to widen their world."
Learning with Our Feet
Nearly two dozen Jewish educators, professionals, and lay leaders huddle against the unseasonably frigid April weather in the MLK Jr. National Historical Park for Learning with Your Feet, an event organized by the Experiential Jewish Education Network and JumpSpark Professional.
JumpSpark Teen Initiative Knocks It Out Of The Park
For sports-loving teens, it was heaven — a behind the scenes look at the sports industry.
Innovation Key to Seminar for Youth Professionals
JumpSpark Professional brings more than a dozen Atlantans to Israel for bonding and training.
Teen Initiative Aims to Drive Engagement
An intensive program focused on sports is launching Atlanta’s effort to connect with Jewish teens.