Assessing the Impact of Senior Jewish Educators and Campus Entrepreneurs Initiative Interns on the Jewish Engagement of College Students -- Two year summary: 2008-2010

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

Research Success Technologies, Ukeles Associates, November 2, 2010

In 2008, in partnership with the Jim Joseph Foundation, Hillel: The Foundation for Campus Jewish Life (Hillel) launched a full-scale imaginative innovation in Jewish education and engagement on American college campuses. The combination of Senior Jewish Educators (SJE) and the Campus Entrepreneur Initiative (CEI) is designed to engage thousands of formerly unengaged Jewish students in Jewish life. The purpose of this assessment is to measure the effectiveness of SJEs and CEI interns in supporting the new Hillel paradigm of involvement, meaningful Jewish experience, and Jewish growth leading to Jewish “ownership.”

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. Wolf, Minna. Kopelowitz, Ezra. Assessing the Impact of Senior Jewish Educators and Campus Entrepreneurs Initiative Interns on the Jewish Engagement of College Students -- Two year summary: 2008-2010. Research Success Technologies,Ukeles Associates. 2 November 2010: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=13554


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