Steal This will highlight some of the biggest ideas and boldest work coming from Jewish institutions and communities across North America. Each presenter will have up to 5 minutes to present their "big idea." At the conclusion of the conference, all JPRO19 attendees will get access to the ideas so they can be “stolen” and implemented within their organizations or community.
Steal this Presenters
We are excited to welcome the following Steal This presenters:
Naomi Adland, Shalom Hartman Institute
Gabrielle Burger and Amalia Phillips, Macks Center for Jewish Education, Baltimore
Rabbi Dan Horwitz, The Well
Allie Kanter, Project Zug/Hadar
Manashe Khaimov, Queens College Hillel
Todd Krieger, Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
Roey Kruvi, Moishe House
Lauren Schreiber, Miles Nadal JCC, Toronto
Yoshi Silverstein, Hazon / Mitsui Collective
Rabbi Rebecca W. Sirbu, Gender Equity in Hiring Project
Tema Smith. Holy Blossom Temple, Toronto
Mark Young, The William Davidson School of JTS
HOW IT WORKS
JPRO19 will feature up to 15 big ideas on the Steal This Stage as part of the Connect Lounge at JPRO19
Each Steal This presenter will have 5 minutes to share their big idea / concept / program with Conference participants
All presentations will take place during meals and open networking times on Tuesday August 13.
At the conclusion of JPRO19, all attendees will be given access to the ideas that were presented as part of Steal This.
STEAL THIS PARTICIPANTS GET
Free Conference Registration
Recognition on JPRO19 website
Featured write up as part of the Steal This Big Ideas Book (available to all Conference attendees)
The Steal This Stage is generously brought to you in part by Upstart.
* The Steal This concept was "stolen" from 100Kin10, a network preparing 100,000 excellent science, tech, engineering, and math teachers in the US by 2021 and addressing the underlying reasons for the STEM teacher shortage.