For most of us in the world of education, Elul represents a time of renewal. We return to work refreshed and recharged, ready to begin a new period of engagement and inspiration.
As a rabbi and educator we live very busy lives. Often, you may wish that you could have access to your own personal assistant. Instead, getting all your errands done is seemingly always impossible
As rabbis, educators, and executive directors, we are all juggling a very busy schedule. Between our teaching schedules, personal responsibilities and more, it can be a major challenge to find the time to stay productive so that your many responsibilities—let alone your inbox—don’t pile up. After all, there may be times where you are required to network... Read more »
Many non-profits assume their potential contributors will see the good they will do and generally focus on a theme – a particular disease, helping bring people closer to Judaism, a philanthropic cause, an organization that helps the elderly and the sick, and so on.