Assessing the Impact of Senior Jewish Educators and Campus Entrepreneurs Initiative Interns on Jewish College Students: Year Two Report 2009-2010

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

Research Success Technologies, Ukeles Associates, August 2010

In 2008, the Jim Joseph Foundation (JJF) and Hillel: The Foundation for Campus Jewish Life (Hillel) launched a major new campus initiative to connect previously unengaged students to Jewish life. Through the use of Senior Jewish Educators and Campus Entrepreneur Initiative interns, the innovation seeks to engage students outside the traditional Hillel venues and outside the profile of those students typically reached by Hillel, as well as those students who have had Jewish experiences in their past but are not currently engaged in Jewish life. This report summarizes the result of the second year (2009-10) of a two-year assessment of this innovation.

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. Ukeles, Jack. Kopelowitz, Ezra. Wolf, Minna. Assessing the Impact of Senior Jewish Educators and Campus Entrepreneurs Initiative Interns on Jewish College Students: Year Two Report 2009-2010. Research Success Technologies,Ukeles Associates. August 2010: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=13555


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