Over 200 high school students from more than 18 day schools across North America will meet on April 25-27 to hone their leadership skills at the Eimatai National Leadership Conference in Stamford, Connecticut.
High school students from across North America will develop their skills as tomorrow’s leaders at the bi-annual Eimatai Leadership Development Conference in Poyntelle, PA, on November 9-11. The gathering is an opportunity for students to discuss issues and challenges facing the Jewish community with a view to understanding how they can make a positive impact. This year’s theme will be “Citizen Jew vs. Jewish Citizen: Exploring a Dual Identity.”
More than 70 Jewish high school students from Seattle to New Jersey will be participating in the Eimatai Leadership Development Project conference in Miami from March 7-9. The advocacy training seminar is a biannual offering from Eimatai, a program of Yeshiva University’s Center for the Jewish Future (CJF).
YU’s Center for the Jewish Future to Run Leadership Development Conference in Miami March 7-9
Jewish high school students from across North America attended the Eimatai Leadership Development Conference Nov. 13-15. Eimatai is an initiative of the Association of Modern Orthodox Day Schools (AMODS) through Yeshiva University’s (YU) Center for the Jewish Future (CJF).
Students from yeshiva high schools around the United States will gather in Cleveland, TX, approximately 60 miles north of Houston, March 13 – 15 to explore American Jewish identity. Following student-led presentations and panel discussions on the challenges, conflicts and implications of being both American and Jewish, attendees will hear from Ben Fine, a student at Yavneh Academy of Dallas and founder and president of Students Against Terrorism (S.A.T.), on “Effective Student Leadership from Overseas.”