Friday, February 15, 2019 - Monday, February 18, 2019
70 Darom Lane, Clayton, GA 30525, United States
Building Civil Dialogue in a Fragmented World: Arguments for the Sake of Heaven – with Rabbi Zvi Hirschfield, Rabbi Dr. Meesh Hammer-Kossoy, Rabba Yaffa Epstein and Ramah Darom Faculty.
Many of us experience our civil relationships as in crisis: the seemingly impassible American political divide, the growing disconnect between diaspora and Israeli Jews, and the ironic loneliness of a hyperconnected social media world. The Jewish tradition of makhloket leshem shamayim, arguments for the sake of heaven, gives us a tool for healing as well as a lens through which to understand more deeply the many issues dividing us today.
NEW THIS YEAR
A special Jewish Professionals track which will include tailored workshops and hands-on training!
Jewish Educators and Engagement professionals who are currently working in the Jewish community are eligible for a 15% discount. There are a limited number of discounts so apply now!
The Jewish Professionals Track will be run by Rachel Dingman, Assistant Director of Penn State Hillel. This track is designed to ensure that you are balancing your personal learning experiences and the practical applications of our studies back into your profession. The cohort of Jewish Professionals will have a debrief session each day, specialized learning from each of the educators, and a hands-on educational design workshop. We hope that you will walk away with a new cohort of colleagues, meaningful personal Jewish experiences, and tools you need to be successful in your work.
All-inclusive prices starting at $250!
Learn more at Ramah Darom online.