Do you care about protecting our environment? Would you like to educate the Jewish community to learn more about this important issue? As you engage your family, school, or community, would you like to be more effective at speaking to people who don't always share the same views as you?
Join us in March for a new in-person leadership training opportunity which will empower you 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.
This training is perfect for rabbis, educators, synagogue lay leaders, and other community leaders at all levels and from all denominations who are seeking to educate and empower Jewish communities to protect the environment.
The training takes place at the Kayam Farm (Pearlstone Camp) in Baltimore, on Sunday-Monday, March 13-14 from 9 am – 5 pm. (You can attend the entire Kayam Beit Midrash weekend, join us for an optional Sunday night program, or come directly to the camp for the training on Monday morning.)
The deadline for registration is Tuesday, March 1. If you have any questions, please let us know!
*This program is generously supported by the ROI Community global network of young Jewish innovators. Learn more at www.roicommunity.org.*