Jewish Studio Project Completes the UpStart Accelerator

Jewish life is evolving. As the world rapidly changes, so do the diverse needs, interests, and values of modern Jews. Consequently, groundbreaking social entrepreneurs have taken on the mantle of widening the tent of Jewish life, offering new and unique approaches to meeting the spiritual and social needs of today’s community. They draw on our […]

Jewish Kids Groups Completes the UpStart Accelerator

Jewish life is evolving. As the world rapidly changes, so do the diverse needs, interests, and values of modern Jews. Consequently, groundbreaking social entrepreneurs have taken on the mantle of widening the tent of Jewish life, offering new and unique approaches to meeting the spiritual and social needs of today’s community. They draw on our […]

Jewish Enrichment Center Completes the UpStart Accelerator

Jewish life is evolving. As the world rapidly changes, so do the diverse needs, interests, and values of modern Jews. Consequently, groundbreaking social entrepreneurs have taken on the mantle of widening the tent of Jewish life, offering new and unique approaches to meeting the spiritual and social needs of today’s community. They draw on our […]

Fuente Latina Completes the UpStart Accelerator

Jewish life is evolving. As the world rapidly changes, so do the diverse needs, interests, and values of modern Jews. Consequently, groundbreaking social entrepreneurs have taken on the mantle of widening the tent of Jewish life, offering new and unique approaches to meeting the spiritual and social needs of today’s community. They draw on our […]

Anshe Emet: Our CHIdush Team in Action

by Rabbi D’ror Chankin-Gould This piece was originally published in Anshe Emet’s newsletter, December 2017 If Moses begged Pharaoh to let the Jewish people go one time, and then walked away after he didn’t succeed, we would still be in Egypt. After the first set of tablets were broken, if we had shrugged our shoulders and given up, we would have no […]

Seeing the Sounds: Internalizing Innovation

May 30, 2017  | eJewish Philanthropy By Maya Bernstein We are approaching the holiday of Shavuot, a time of re-commitment to keeping the Torah meaningful and relevant to our lives. There is a curious phrase in Exodus 20:14, which we read on the holiday to commemorate the Israelite’s experience of receiving the Torah at Sinai. […]

Jeff Kasowitz of Jewish Studio Project Dishes About His New Album

January 26, 2017 | Jeff Kasowitz UpStarter Jeff Kasowitz is co-founder of the Jewish Studio Project.  JSP activates creativity in individuals and communities to make meaning in our lives, promote positive social change and inspire a Judaism that is vibrant, connective and hopeful.   What inspired you to make the album? The Arba’im Shanah (40 Years) […]

“Let’s ‘Verb’ Leadership”

November 10, 2016| JTS Given the myriad of complex challenges and opportunities facing the Jewish community today, what actions are necessary, and who should take responsibility? We often think of leadership as a role—the president is the leader of our nation; the team captain is the leader of the team; the CEO is the leader […]

Three Questions Innovators are Asking This Year

October 21, 2016 | eJewish Philanthropy By Jaime Rapaport Barry Just a week after Yom Kippur, many of us still have more questions than answers in our hearts. The process of cheshbon hanefesh – an accounting of one’s soul – rarely yields simple, executable solutions. Rather, this annual process of immersing with ourselves frames the questions […]