Atra’s Rabbi Experience Research
This research, the first of its kind in a generation, explores the impact of rabbis on Jewish young adults (ages 18 44) in the United States.
Over its seven years, the Jewish Teen Initiative has produced both positive outcomes for the region’s teens and an abundance of information and lessons learned that will help inform future investments in the local teen ecosystem.
As part of our efforts to strengthen relationships with grantee-partners, the Jim Joseph Foundation is pleased to offer this video series, "Nonprofit Budgeting Best Practices: How Stories Are Told and Partnerships Are Strengthened Through Numbers in Spreadsheets." Each video covers a different topic about budgeting that places both funder and grantee-partner on a learning journey.
Qualitative research into people’s experiences and expertise helped Leading Edge and The Starfish Institute posit 71 causes to the persistent gender gap in top leadership at Jewish nonprofits
It has been more than ten years since the last systematic effort to collect data about the Jewish educator workforce; in some areas of Jewish education no large-scale data have ever been collected. The CASJE Career Trajectories of Jewish Educators Study was designed to provide usable knowledge about the recruitment, retention and development of Jewish educators.
This research presents an intersectional account of American Jewish life by exploring the ways in which the ethnic, racial, and cultural identities of Jews of Color influence and infuse their Jewish experiences.
At the end of 2019 and throughout most of 2020, 70 Faces Media partnered with Rosov Consulting to measure the Jewish impact of its brands.
In 2018, SVARA received funding along with nine other educator training programs from the Jim Joseph Foundation to create professional development opportunities.
This case study explores the Next Gen Fellowship, which was created to jumpstart innovation and leadership in the field of young adult Jewish engagement.
Learn about the challenges program providers faced in moving to online learning, the positive “silver linings” of the virtual experience, and the longer-term impacts of reimagining how they do their work, along with information on the experiences of and impacts on program participants.
The participants in Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion's Executive M.A. Program in Jewish Education are about to start a new course, the 10th in their two-year degree program.
The early stages of work on Mapping the Marketplace have provided an opportunity to learn how certain sectors of Jewish education have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.