Israel | Around the Table with Beth H. Goldsmith

Welcome back to Around the Table with Beth Goldsmith. A series focused on discovering what is important to young adults in Jewish Baltimore. In our latest episode, Beth H. Goldsmith continues her conversation with Chavi Abramson, Jordan Halle and Matthew Rothstein. This time, they share […]

Let’s Go Back to Camp: Camp Nai

When I learned from Ali Duhan, Director of The Associated’s Young Adult Division (YAD) and my friend from Camp Louise, that YAD was recruiting a group of Baltimore young adults to go to Camp Nai this year over Labor Day weekend, I was so excited for the […]

Introducing “Around the Table” with Beth H. Goldsmith

Welcome to our new series, Around the Table with Beth Goldsmith. A series focused on talking with young adults in Jewish Baltimore. In our first episode, Beth H. Goldsmith sits down with Chavi Abramson, Jordan Halle and Matthew Rothstein to talk about what is important […]

Navigating Success: What I Wish I Knew in College

Expand Your Horizons: Looking back, I wish I had known the importance of being globally aware. In today’s world, the opportunities to connect with the global community are endless thanks to technology. Take advantage of this. Cultivate your knowledge about various topics, cultures and perspectives. […]

Embrace the New Year with Our Rosh Hashanah Book Picks

As Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, approaches, there’s no better way to embrace the spirit of renewal and reflection than through the pages of a good book. We encourage you to check out this curated selection of reads for all ages, recommended by Jessica […]

From Baltimore to Center Stage: Meet Heidi Klotzman 

Tell me a little bit about yourself I was born in Baltimore County and raised in Hunt Valley. I attended Roland Park Country School and then Goucher College, majoring in psychology. During middle school, I attended Hebrew school at Chizuk Amuno and celebrated my Bat […]

Jewish Rituals: Unveiling the Mystery Behind Tradition

Have you ever found yourself pondering the meaning behind some Jewish rituals and customs? You’re not alone. I recently asked my friends (aka, I posted on Facebook) for a list of intriguing or perplexing Jewish practices. The responses varied from “I understand and cherish this […]

To The Engelhart Family, Giving Back is Essential

Ten years ago, Donni and Liz established a donor advised fund (DAF) with The Associated. At the time, they took advantage of the opportunity extended to young donors to establish a DAF and contribute to it over a 5-year period to meet the minimum $10,000 […]

The Associated Announces Leadership Award Winners

Pammy Franklin and Jordan M. Halle: Fred Walpert Young Leadership Award  The Fred Walpert Award honors one man and one woman between the ages of 23-40 who are growing young leaders within The Associated community.    Pammy currently serves on the Young Adult Division (YAD) Board […]

Commemorating Juneteenth

On Monday, June 19, The Associated offices will be closed to commemorate Juneteenth. The holiday recognizes the people who help facilitate change for Black citizens in the United States and to remember the announcement in Galveston, Texas, over 150 years ago, that all American citizens […]