As a Jewish environmentalist, are you seeking to inspire environmental change in local or national Jewish communities? Looking for ways to move people that do not always share the same views as you? Jewcology, the new web portal for the global Jewish environmental community, is pleased to offer a special new in-person leadership training opportunity which will empower us to engage those who are not already involved in environmental action, and in so doing, raise the level of environmental engagement across the Jewish community.
In this full-day session, we will learn to share the experiences and values that have led us to devote our lives to Jewish-environmental education and action, and to connect to others through these values. We will be trained to express our environmental passions in a way that fosters shared commitment and meaningful, collective action.
Registration now open for our training session on March 13-14 at the Kayam Farm, as a “bonus day” from the popular Kayam Beit Midrash. You may attend as an “add-on” to the Beit Midrash, join us on Sunday night for a special evening program and lodging at Pearlstone, or begin with us for breakfast at 8 am on Monday morning.
Registration will open soon for trainings in Los Angeles (March 6) and at the Teva Seminar in Cold Spring, NY (June 2).
*This program is generously supported by the ROI Community global network of young Jewish innovators. Learn more at www.roicommunity.org.*