Jewish Family & Childrens Service
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Judaism (from Latin: Iudaismus, derived from Greek ???da?sµ??, originally from Hebrew ??????, Yehudah, "Judah"; in Hebrew: ??????, Yahadut, the distinctive characteristics of the Judean ethnos) encompasses the religion, philosophy, culture and way of life of the Jewish people. Judaism is an ancient monotheistic religion, with the Torah as its foundational text (part of the larger text known as the Tanakh or Hebrew Bible), and supplemental oral tradition represented by later texts such as the Midrash and the Talmud. Wikipedia

  • Last week, JF&CS Chaverim Chaim (Friends for Life) got together for a night around our virtual campfire. We were thrilled to be joined by our own Marjie Sokoll who led us in classic camp tunes!
  • Among the things I am most proud of is having developed and implemented many staff training and development opportunities over the years. Examples include the Introduction to Management series, various management discussion and reading groups, and several forums for staff education and support such as the Ethics Committee. In providing services to vulnerable populations, our staff are often faced with ethical conflicts and the need to conduct a harms analysis. In addition to assisting staff faced with these challenging circumstances, the Ethics Committee has been a great opportunity to promote cross-program and cross-discipline collaboration and advance our collective knowledge. What makes me excited about my work is a combination of the nature of the work (the services we provide), and the people who provide it. My colleagues are highly motivated and dedicated individuals; I am inspired by what we can accomplish by working together. Ira Schor is the Senior Vice President of Operations. This is his 27th year at JF&CS.

Last week, JF&CS Chaverim Chaim (Friends for Life) got together for a night around our virtual campfire. We were thrilled to be joined by our own Marjie Sokoll who led us in classic camp tunes!

Among the things I am most proud of is having developed and implemented many staff training and development opportunities over the years. Examples include the Introduction to Management series, various management discussion and reading groups, and several forums for staff education and support such as the Ethics Committee. In providing services to vulnerable populations, our staff are often faced with ethical conflicts and the need to conduct a harms analysis. In addition to assisting staff faced with these challenging circumstances, the Ethics Committee has been a great opportunity to promote cross-program and cross-discipline collaboration and advance our collective knowledge. What makes me excited about my work is a combination of the nature of the work (the services we provide), and the people who provide it. My colleagues are highly motivated and dedicated individuals; I am inspired by what we can accomplish by working together. Ira Schor is the Senior Vice President of Operations. This is his 27th year at JF&CS.

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