Assessing the Impact of Senior Jewish Educators and Campus Entrepreneurs Initiative Interns on Jewish College Students: Year One Report 2008-2009

By Steven M. Cohen, Ezra Kopelowitz, Jack Ukeles, Minna Wolf

Research Success Technologies, Ukeles Associates, November 11, 2009

In 2008, the Jim Joseph Foundation (JJF) and Hillel: The Foundation for Campus Jewish Life launched a major new initiative to connect with students who are not engaged, or who are minimally engaged, in Jewish life on campus. The initiative brings Senior Jewish Educators (SJEs), full-time professional Jewish educators, to college campuses in the United States. The SJE initiative is designed to work in tandem with the Campus Entrepreneurs Initiative (CEI), which utilizes part-time student interns to develop relationships with peers and introduce them to Jewish experiences.

This report documents the key findings and conclusions of the first year of a two-year assessment of the SJE/CEI initiative.

Topic: Youth Engagement, Young Adults, Engagement, Program Evaluation, Higher Education, Evaluation, Students

Funder: Jim Joseph Foundation

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Genre: Report

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Cohen, Steven M. Kopelowitz, Ezra. Ukeles, Jack. Wolf, Minna. Assessing the Impact of Senior Jewish Educators and Campus Entrepreneurs Initiative Interns on Jewish College Students: Year One Report 2008-2009. Research Success Technologies,Ukeles Associates. 11 November 2009: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=13553


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