A virtual Jewish experiential camp with separate programming for children in grades K-2 (30 minutes on Thursdays) and grades 3 and above (1 hour on Wednesdays). Experience Judaism arts and crafts, music, science, cooking & more. Camp over Zoom.
Discover the history of Jewish people in Britain. This virtual tour with Emma Crew, Engagement Officer at Jewish Museum London will explore many periods of Jewish migration to Britain.
Join us to learn step by step how to convert your license & seamlessly transition your career to Israel with Rina Shimonov, Coord. of Accreditation & Registration, Nursing Dept. @ Ministry of Health and Ronen Fuxman, Dir.of Gov't Advocacy @ NBN
Join us to learn step by step how to convert your license & seamlessly transition your career to Israel with Rina Shimonov, Coord. of Accreditation & Registration @ Ministry of Health and Ronen Fuxman, Dir of Gov't Advocacy @ NBN.
Join us to learn step by step how to convert your license and seamlessly transition your career to Israel with Rina Shimonov, Coord. of Accreditation & Regist. Nursing Dept. @ Ministry of Health & Ronen Fuxman, Dir. of Gov't Advocacy @ NBN
Join Black and Jewish women as we march down Park Heights Avenue together show our solidarity and protect Black lives.
First Steps to Aliyah for Empty Nesters and Retirees. This program is for those with medium to long-term Aliyah plans (Winter-Spring-Summer-2021 and beyond). It is not for people who have already submitted their Aliyah applications.
On this tour we will visit one of the most important sites to visit in Israel- Masada! The last stronghold of the Jewish revolt against Rome and its legions before the long exile. Prepare yourself for a different ending to the story you all know.
The Baltimore Jewish Council is joining with the Israeli Embassy for a conversation on the second wave of COVID-19 that has hit Israel in recent weeks. We will explore what could have been done differently to prevent the reemergence of the pandemic.
Welcome to “The Upside,” a new community-wide, online program presented by The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore and Jmore.
Selena Shirkin will guide us through the process of creating art after reading the PJ Library book "The Littlest Mountain".
Perfect for children aged 5 and up (with parent) or 10 and up on their own.
Discover the importance of Baltimore, Maryland in the story of America’s Jewish community, from waves of arrival, to fights for recognition and religious freedom, and eventual Americanization.
Do you have macular degeneration or other visual impairments? This group offers conversation, support & the latest information on resources & assistive technology via Zoom Video Conferencing and/or phone.
Repair the World Baltimore is so excited to welcome our new cohort of Fellows & even MORE excited to introduce them to YOU! Meet the 3 Baltimore Fellows who will be living & serving in Charm City this year & participate in a bunch of service projects
Bring your own blanket and musical instruments. We'll celebrate Shabbat with songs and stories.
Join Melanie Blatt for our last Virtual Kabbalat Shabbat of the SUMMER. Bring your own musical instrument and celebrate Shabbat Kol Echad style with music and fun.
Join IMPACT's Couples Committee for a paint filled brunch! Meet other young couples, make some new friends and create a watercolor painting.
Entering the Israel workforce in your 20's and 30's
This presentation with Gavin Morris, Director of the South African Jewish Museum, provide a brief history of South African Jewry – a uniquely homogenous community within the Diaspora.