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LOOKJED May 2002

Subject:

Lookjed Announcements 142

From:

Shalom Berger <[log in to unmask]>

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lookjed list <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Tue, 7 May 2002 19:09:20 +0300

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Announcements in this issue:

1. Tanakh/Jewish Studies Position, Akiba Hebrew Academy, Philadelphia
2. Full Shas surat hadaf on line
3. The Ambassador program
4. Student initiative - project one percent
5. Recent postings at JewishJobFinder.com

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Date: Mon, 29 Apr 2002 22:31:50 -0400
From: Joshua Levisohn <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Tanakh/Jewish Studies Position

Akiba Hebrew Academy (www.akibaweb.org), a community day school in
suburban Philadelphia, is looking for a dynamic teacher of Jewish Studies
and Tanakh with the ability and temperament to teach grades 7-12. The
ideal candidate would be able to teach both rabbinic literature and
Tanakh, although it is expected that you might have a stronger background
in one rather than the other.  Salary is competitive, benefits are
excellent, the workload is very reasonable (4 courses) and housing prices
are still affordable. Mentoring possibilities are available for teachers
with less experience.

Please send resumes and a cover letter to Dr. Joshua Levisohn, Head of
Jewish Studies, either by e-mail
([log in to unmask]) or by snail mail (223 North Highland Avenue,
Merion Station, PA 19066.)

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Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 11:15:44 -0700
From: f <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Full Shas surat hadaf on line

At http://www.e-daf.com/Fullshas.htm , anyone can find the whole Vilna
shas format scanned page by page. This shas is free to download or view.
The actual files reside in directory
http://613.org/rafiles/disk4/upload/user6/e-daf/

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Date: Sun, 05 May 2002 18:44:30 +0000
From: Eitan Eliram <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: the ambassador program

Jewish students, educators and community leaders in the Diaspora face
many challenges as a result of the growth of terrorism in Israel.  On the
one hand fewer people are visiting Israel, while on the other, many of us
are called upon to explain Israel's policy -- often to a hostile
audience. To meet this challenge the Department of Jewish Zionist
Education of the Jewish Agency in partnership  with The Israeli Ministry
Of Foreign Affairs has developed a unique program called: Ambassador.

A course entitled "The  Community Ambassador Training Course" was
developed by a team of Israel Advocacy experts from the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs and some leading Jewish Educators from the Dept. of
Education at JAFI.

Beginning  May 12, 2002, the course will be available on a web- based
distance learning platform.

The duration of the course is 4 weeks.

The time requirement for a participant is approximately 4-6 weekly hours
in a-synchronous on line participation and 2-3 more hours on synchronous
forums.

The course is geared toward community representatives, students on
campuses (18+), youth from Youth Movements (15-18), educators and
madrichim, schlichim & school representatives as well as interested
individuals.

(Upon Registration we will create age subgroups).

Mr. Neil Lazarus, who is a well-known professional lecturer and key note
speaker, will facilitate the course.  Neil will be joined by guest
speakers who specialize in different aspects of Israel Advocacy.

"The Ambassador" course will empower you both in the facts of the
conflict, the tools to understand Palestinian propaganda/media bias and
the means to advocate Israel. It's going to be an intense course. You
will get background readings and assignments to work with.

A certificate recognizing the course participant as a "Community
Ambassador" will be awarded to all those completing the course by the
Foreign Office and the Department for Education.

The course is free of charge but we collect a donation-fee of $10-$100 to
support Israeli soldiers. The course's language of instruction will be
English. Participants from all around the Jewish Globe are welcome. Each
Participant should have basic Internet accesses and basic e- mail and
surfing skills. What one could define as mainstream user skills.

Enrollment is now Open !!

So as a friend of Israel we invite you to come and explore what you can
do now for Israel.

To register click here:

http://www.jacontact.org/ambassador

to refer others please contact Eitan Eliram at [log in to unmask]

Eitan Eliram
eCollaborations Consultant
02-6216489
056-563762

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Date: Sun, 28 Apr 2002 23:42:11 -0400
From: Gershon <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Student initiative - project one percent

    I wanted to bring up to your attention a student initiative that is
trying to foster a firmer bond between students in the Diaspora and the
state of Israel. The initiative is Project One Percent. Project One
Percent is an attempt to show a strong statement of solidarity through
students dedicating one percent of their summer earnings to victims of
terror. The funds Project One Percent raises are going directly to
families through the Israel Emergency Solidarity Fund- One Family
(Mishpacha Echad). Project One Percent is approved by Hillel and other
organizations that work with students.

  In order to extend our reach even further we asking your assistance in
spreading word about this special project. Please send notice of Project
One Percent www. pledge4israel.com to your email list and any other
assistance you could provide.

Yours Truly,

Gershon Strauchler
[log in to unmask]


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You can see past job posts on the Lookstein Center bulletin board and link
to jewishjobfinder.com at http://www.lookstein.org/bulletin_board.htm

Recent postings at Jewishjobfinder.com

Job Title: Hebrew/Judaic Studies Teacher
Role/Job Category: Teacher - Day school
Organization Name: Lerner Jewish Community Day School
Location: Durham, North Carolina
Denomination: None
Status: Full-Time
Description: The Lerner Jewish Community Day School of Durham/Chapel Hill
in Durham, NC seeks an experienced Judaic Studies Teacher who is fluent in
Hebrew. LJCDS welcomes students from the wide diversity of Jewish families
in the community. We are committed to a developmentally appropriate
educational environment, while attaining the highest levels in both
general and Judaic Studies. Good salary and benefits, an outstanding
facility, close to both UNC and Duke University. Full or Part-time.
Position Available: 08/01/02

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Job Title: Principal
Role/Job Category: Day School Director/Principal
Organization Name: Hebrew Day School
Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Denomination: Conservative
Status: Full-Time
Description: The Jewish community of Ann Arbor, Michigan is searching for
a principal for their Solomon Schechter community-based school. School
enrollment is 100+ students in grades K-5, with growth in all grades
anticipated for the coming school year. Ann Arbor is a vibrant university
environment, with a richly diverse and active Jewish community. This is
truly a tremendous opportunity for a bright, energetic, and creative
individual.
Position Available: 07/01/02

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Job Title: Early Childhood Education Director
Role/Job Category: Early Childhood Director
Organization Name: Har Sinai Congregation
Location: Baltimore, Maryland
Denomination: Reform
Status: Full-Time
Description: Har Sinai Congregation, the nation's oldest continuously
Reform congregation, is on the move. We need a visionary and energetic
Early Childhood Education Director to open our school at our brand new
facility in Owings Mills. The successful candidate must possess a strongly
Judaic background and recent early childhood classroom experience.
Master's degree in ECE helpful. This is an exciting opportunity to start a
new school at an established congregation.
Desired Education Degree/Level: Masters
Prior Experience: Strongly Judaic background and recent early childhood
classroom experience.
Career Level: All Levels Considered

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Job Title: Assistant Director
Role/Job Category: Assistant Exec. Director
Organization Name: Lerner Jewish Community Day School
Location: Durham, North Carolina
Denomination: None
Status: Full-Time
Description:
LJCDS seeks applicants for the position of Assistant Director. Primary
responsibilities of the position include communication and outreach with
prospective and current families, oversight and administration of the
admissions and enrollment process, and coordination of external and
internal communications. Secondary responsibilities include assisting the
Director as needed in the development, integration and implementation of
the educational curricula and programming.
The Sandra E. Lerner Jewish Community Day School of Durham/Chapel is a
private, independent day school that provides children age three to grade
5 with the opportunity to learn in a warm, vibrant, Jewish environment.
The school strives to provide excellence in both secular and Jewish
education, and welcomes families of diverse Jewish practices.
Position Available: 08/01/01


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