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Film Screening + Discussion

Saving Capitalism

Join the award-winning writer/director Jacob Kornbluth for a screening of his new film, and a post-film discussion with Mark Danner.

Community Lunch

Exciting New Partnership!

Beginning in February, the JCC East Bay’s lunch program will be catered by the incredible Reutlinger Community.

Shamash Residency

Seeking Rabbis, Educators, or Scholars

During the 3-4 month intensive residency, a new rabbi or scholar will explore Jewish values, culture, and tradition with our staff, teachers, and community members.

Summer Camp Tzofim

Age Appropriate Experiences. Thrilling New Themes. Convenient New Location.

Registration is now open!

New Parenting Workshops

Seminars to encourage harmony.

Featuring: Is That Me Yelling? with Rona Renner, Siblings and Close Friendships with Jill Shugart, and Talking About Race with Children with Tarah Fleming.

 

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JCC East Bay Seeks Rabbis, Educators, or Scholars
for the Shamash Residency

We are thrilled to announce the launch of the JCC East Bay’s Shamash Residency. This is a unique opportunity for a local rabbi, Jewish scholar, or Jewish educator to work with the JCC community. During the 3-4 month intensive residency, a new rabbi or scholar will explore Jewish values, culture, and tradition with our staff, teachers, and community members.

We are currently seeking statements of interest for two upcoming residency periods:

March 2 - May 31, 2018
June 1 - September 30, 2018

The deadline for both residencies is January 17, 2018. 
Click here for more information and to apply.

Through the rotating residency, the JCC community will have the opportunity to learn from and with a diverse group of inspiring rabbis and scholars. As a pluralistic space that serves both Jews and the broader community, a Jewish community center can offer multiple perspectives on Jewish life and ideas. Over time, JCC staff, parents, children, and adults of all ages will enjoy a variety of approaches and interpretations to holidays and Jewish thought. Our intention is to develop a cohort of rabbis and scholars that reflect the diversity of the East Bay community.

The Shamash Residency will foster meaningful collaboration between Jewish educators, our staff members, and our vibrant community. Selected scholars will participate in the design of community holiday programs, contribute to a monthly blog, and offer Jewish learning for over 80 staff working throughout Oakland and Berkeley.

The desired candidate will possess the ability to make Jewish life accessible and relevant to diverse audiences, as well as an interest in serving those who may not participate in other Jewish organizations. They must be comfortable with a post- and multi- denominational community. We welcome those with songleading or musical ability, and are looking for individuals with experience programming for multiple age groups. The residency includes a generous honorarium of $8000 per term.

The JCC East Bay is deeply grateful to the Laszlo N. Tauber Family Foundation for their generous grant to pilot the Shamash Residency

To learn more and apply, click here.

To see a list of frequently asked questions (FAQ) about this program, click here.

 

Arts and Culture

Dare to Prepare Shavuot: Receiving Revelation
Thursday, May 25, 7:30pm

29th Annual Tikkun Leyl Shavuot
Tuesday, May 30, 6:00pm - Wednesday, May 31, 7:00am

 

 

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