Pam Solomon shares her personal journey of becoming a teacher at the Jewish Community Center of Baltimore!
Mark Newton talks about how his job of 23 years at the Weinberg Park Heights JCC print shop changed his life forever.
Ben Snyder talks about how he spent his summers teaching English to middle and elementary school students in Baltimore’s partner city – Ashkelon, Israel!
Linda Miller and her daughter Karen Singer, look back on stories of helping Soviet refugees, family life on a sheep farm, and the power of paying it forward.
Finding true love at the J! Yes, it’s possible. Sam and Deborah Barsky are the proof. But it took a few laps at the JCC pool to get there.
Michael Klein of The Ralph and Shirley Klein Foundation tells how his family is closing the gap on Holocaust education in our latest episode of Pull Up A Chair.
In this episode of Pull Up A Chair, we look at what connects us to community. For Baltimore transplant Jen Grossman, connection comes through service.
In this episode of Pull Up A Chair Podcast, we talk with Ira Malis and Abigail Malischostak, father and daughter, and how giving back is a family affair.
For nearly two decades, Alyson Friedman and Elise Rubenstein have been dear friends, confidants and have shared adventures across the globe. But how did it all begin?
The extra care and attention Batsheva received from her SHEMESH teachers set her on a path for success and the tools they taught her are tools she still uses to this day.
We meet Paul Lurie, chief operating officer for the Jewish Community Centers in Park Heights and Owings Mills, agencies of The Associated, who rose to his position by way of his work in the JCC Maccabi Games.
In this episode of Pull Up A Chair, we talk with Baltimore born and bred, Linda Hurwitz, a very active member of The Associated family.
Rae shares her memories of growing up in Jewish Baltimore and life during the Depression.
Meet Bean, Steve and Lauren, three generations of the Sibel family, and learn what’s possible when we teach our children the importance of giving.
For this episode, Lessons of the Shoah, we commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day, Yom HaShoah, through a unique lens.
We talk with 2019 UMD graduate Jenn Miller and the Deputy Director of the Israel Action Network, Stephanie Hausner about BDS on college campuses.
We celebrate the power of reading and Jewish Volunteer Connection’s Bookworms program.
“You’d be amazed what kind of barriers you can overcome, without sacrificing any part of you, by just having a conversation.”
Two 4Front Participants talk about STAC, Students Taking Action for Change.
Anyone who remembers the allure of summer camps of their youth will want to listen as we wax nostalgic about Jewish camp.
We hear a woman’s personal story of survival and the work CHANA is doing during the pandemic.
Access to food is a social justice issue. Even before the pandemic disrupted out lives, millions of people nationwide struggled to afford nutritious food.
Learn about the deep connections that Baltimore shares with Ashkelon, its partner city in Israel, as we talk with Harriette and Dixie, hosts of two of Baltimore’s first Shinshinim.
What happens when a family leaves everything behind to escape antisemitism, and in the process of starting over, discovers a new best friend?
The Associated and CHAI, Inc. are helping older adults with social isolation.
How did a former Yankee fan and Red Sox fan find love? Hear from Elise and David Saltzberg.
Hear about the state of global jewry, the rise in antisemitism, local Jewish heroes and The Associated’s Centennial.
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